The id of the version to create the product keys in. You can get the version ID by examining the URL in your browser. For instance, from the URL http://wyday.com/limelm/version/100/ you can see the version ID is 100. (Note: The Version ID is not the Version GUID).
The number of product keys to generate. If this is not set then the default value of 1 is used.
The number of activations the product keys will have if this is a TurboActivate key. Or if this is a TurboFloat Server key (i.e. "for_tfs" is set to "true") then this is the number of allowed concurrent connections to the floating license server. If this is not set then the default value of 1 is used.
The number of deactivation that will be allowed on the product key (to move the product key, and your software, to other computers). Possible valuses:
-2: Inherit the default deactivation limit from the product version.
-1: Unlimited deactivations.
0 through 9223372036854775807: Limited to the specified number of deactivations.
The platforms that the usernames will be allowed on. The number of platforms must match the number of usernames provided in the uname_limit_name parameter.
0: The username will work from any platform.
1: The username will only work from Windows machines.
2: The username will only work from Mac OS X machines.
3: The username will only work from Linux machines.
Whether the product key(s) generated will be for TurboFloat Server or not. If this is set to true then the key(s) will be for TurboFloat Server. Otherwise the keys will be for TurboActivate. Possible values: true or false (default: false).
Whether the product key(s) generated will be able to be activated on virtual machines / hypervisors. Possible values: yes, no, inherit (default: inherit, which inherits the value you set for your product version).
The method returns the list of generated product keys.