The getLicense function will connect to the server and try to obtain a license for the specified company and product, then save it to the local machine.
Usage: getLicense -e email -w password -p product-code -t license-type [-c company-code] [-v version] [-d number-of-days] [-q] -e email user's email address -w password user's password -p product-code code for the license required -t license-type type of license to get Valid license-types are demo, checkout, floating -c company-code code for the company that owns the license Required if the type is checkout or floating -v version software version for validation -d number-of-days number of days for the license Required for checkout, optional for demo, ignored for floating -q automatically use license queue if available.
(Note that the above command line is a set of arguments that must be passed to the LicenseCommand class as explained in the parent document.)
This will display a single line on the command line showing the response from the server. If the license was acquired successfully then it will display
If some error occurred then it will display that -- for example:
Response:No free licenses available
If your machine uses a Proxy server to get out to the internet, you will need to call the setProxy function first to set the proxy information.
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