This article shows how you can get information about your license, giving you more details than you would get from license information in the UI. The tools provided herein provide the following details:
- License Features (EditSessions, CPU count, etc)
- Expiry Date
- Product Version
- License Description
There are two options -
1. Run the commands below to create a BRD file
2. Run the attached dataflow
OPTION 1 - Run the commands below to create a BRD file
For this, you'll need to open the command prompt as Administrator and cd to the Data3Sixty Analyze installation bin directory, per the example below
cd "\program Files\Data3SixtyAnalyze\bin"
Once inside the bin folder, run the " laeEnv " command
Then run " dumpLicenseState " or else "dumpLicenseState -u user -p password -file filename.brd " and hit Enter. You will be prompted with the dialog below.
output file (BRD): temp2.brd
Then search your File Explorer for the temp2.brd file (or whatever name you gave it).
dumpLicenseState -u user -p password -file filename.brd
OPTION 2 - Run the attached dataflow
The attached dataflow uses the Python node to call the license information from the server, then outputs it to a BRD file. You can change it to an Ouptput Excel file if you wish.