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Mathematica Enterprise CDF generation: how to make it work

I'm doing my first CDF with Mathematica Enterprise, for it to be used with plain Player (not the Pro version).

I wanted to save and load data files.

Here's an example:
Tooltip[Button["save",
  fileChosen = SystemDialogInput["FileSave", ".m"];
  If[fileChosen =!= $Canceled,
   TimeConstrained[Put["abc", fileChosen], 10]],
  Method -> "Queued"], "saves simulation to a file"]
But it doesn't work in plain Player. Shouldn't it work?

What are the restrictions?
POSTED BY: Pedro Fonseca
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It was indeed a problem of incorrect activation of the license.
POSTED BY: Pedro Fonseca
So you are in the CDF Enterprise team now! Welcome, let's exchange some ideas.
POSTED BY: Rodrigo Murta
@David

No...

Probably it is a problem with the license activation...
POSTED BY: Pedro Fonseca
"Target" -> "PlayerPro"  is supposed to work.

Definitely a job for Technical Support (enterprise-support@wolfram.com). 
When you write, include the "mathpass" file. (Location is given by evaluating 
 $PasswordFile in Mathematica.)
POSTED BY: Bruce Miller
Does "Target" -> "PlayerPro" work for other examples?  If not, it is possible that your Enterprise licensewas generated incorrectly.  In previous work where I had to make use of an Enterprise license, the licence was generated incorrectly and yielded $Failed when attempting to do an Enterprise CDFDeploy.  So, if this is the case, then I'd suggest getting in touch with WRI support. 
POSTED BY: David Reiss
When I use:
CDFDeploy[ "test.cdf", nb, "Method" -> "Standalone", "Target" -> "PlayerPro"]
It returns $Failed

But the file is correctly created when I remove the Target, but it doesn't have the entrepriseCDF capacities.

Since I'm sure that I'm using an Enterprise license, what is the problem? Is there a test that I could do, to check if Enterprise functionalities are activated?

Concerning the Export method, I think I have tested all import and export functions that exist.
POSTED BY: Pedro Fonseca
According to http://www.wolfram.com/player-pro/how-player-pro-compares.html,
if you are creating the special Enterprise CDF files, the code should be able to Import or Export data.
Ordinary CDF files in CDF Player cannot.
POSTED BY: Bruce Miller
I assume by "plaing player" you mean the CDFPlayer rather than Mathematica Player Pro.
Take a look at this table to see if it answers your question.  I don't currently have an enterprise version installed so I can't test your code. 
You may want to reprogram your code to use Export rather than Put to see if it works...
--David
POSTED BY: David Reiss
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