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Let's understand the concept of Telelogic based products licensing concepts.
Focal Point - System for management of product and project portfolios.
License types supported by Telelogic products:
Understanding of "TELELOGIC_ LICENSE_FILE variable":
On Synergy, the location of the file is also stored in license_data.txt file on the same router machine.
The value of TELE
Telelogic applications that use FLEXnet rely on the environment settings that FLEXnet uses to find licenses. The applications search for license servers and license files in the following order:
License Value Description:
Node-locked license-file-name The full path to the license file on your computer.
User based feature:
A user-based license is tied to one specific user. This is compared to a floating license which anyone can use. A license Feature for a user-based license is recognized by the attribute USER_BASED on the FEATURE/INCREMENT line. The user who can obtain a user-based license are specified in the FLEXnet options file for the license server.
FEATURE RPE_PUBLISH telelogic 2009.1230 30-oct-2009 4 \
SIGN2="1EAF 827F -"
The users must be defined in a separate configuration file. The configuration file must be explicitly set in the license file
DAEMON telelogic "C:\Program File
The configuration file must list the users for the user based feature
The version number from the configuration file must match the version number from the license file (see in bold)
For the same feature both user based and floating features can be present. The user based should be listed first in the license file.
Please see the top 10 Frequently Asked Questions on the Telelogic licensing concepts:
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Understanding the Date Based Licensing Concept of Telelogic Products:
How to configure Rational Telelogic based license keys in Rational License Server 8.1.x on Microsoft Windows:
Configuring Telelogic License Server and Rational License Server on the same system:
Steps for installing IBM Rational License Server Telelogic V2.0.0:
How to update Telelogic license file:
Mixing licence keys for Rational (formerly) Telelogic products and other Rational software:
How to assign a specific port to the Telelogic DAEMON:
Adding Telelogic License Server to Rational License Server:
Procedure needs to be followed to set-up the Telelogic license server on Microsoft Windows:
How to fetch information on USER based licenses for Telelogic Products:
IBM Telelogic legacy product downloads:
Installation and configuration of Telelogic license server with a floating license file:
How to set up the Rational License Server TL 2.0 on Windows:
Telelogic License Manager service crashes after server reboot:
How to use the Telelogic borrow tool to borrow licenses for products that support license borrowing:
Rational License server versions and the corresponding FLEXnet versions:
Article Author: Saurabh Tyagi
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