runtime license String

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04-02-2015 07:05 AM
DAVIDCOTTIN
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Hello,

I need to deploy a runtime Java project at the standard level, with a license code (no use of any portal). The online documentation says that I should use a License String as this one: "runtimestandard,101,rux00000,none,XXXXXXX"; but actually, in MyEsri I just have something like RUD00000000000.

How must I do to get the Licence String?

I've seen here that I probably need to use a License Viewer but the link doesn't work and I can't find this tool on my computer

License your app—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java | ArcGIS for Developers

https://developers.arcgis.com/java/guide/license-your-application.htm

Best regards,

Marc

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EricBader
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Hello Marc.

That RUD number will not work, as that is for a different product.

To acquire Standard License packs, you can contact Esri's Customer Service or the Esri office that serves you and order them. They will send you a license string that looks like

"runtimestandard,101,rux00000,none,XXXXXXX".

I hope this helps!

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EricBader
Regular Contributor II

Hello Marc.

That RUD number will not work, as that is for a different product.

To acquire Standard License packs, you can contact Esri's Customer Service or the Esri office that serves you and order them. They will send you a license string that looks like

"runtimestandard,101,rux00000,none,XXXXXXX".

I hope this helps!

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MarcLEMAIRE
New Contributor III

Thanks a lot Eric.

It's exactly the answer i need.

Marc

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BatbayarBazarragchaa
New Contributor III

I've received only XXXXXXX and having trouble using it. It says invalid license.

The email is like:

Hi Batbayar,

 

The license strings you requested are included in the email below.

 

These license strings will enable standard functionality in your app when you deploy it. To license your app please refer to the licensing doc and click through to the SDK you are using.

 

License String:   TRA30XXXXXXXXXXXXX

 

Thank you for using Esri products.

 

Esri Customer Service

I've tried using it different ways and no luck.

LicenseResult licenseResult = ArcGISRuntime.License.setLicense("runtimestandard,1024,none,none,TRA30XXXXXXXXX");
//LicenseResult licenseResult = ArcGISRuntime.License.setLicense("TRA30XXXXXXXXX");
System.out.println(">>>>>>" + licenseResult.toString()); // which prints invalid

BTW I'm using ArcGIS runtime SDK for java 10.2.4

runtimestandard,1024,none,none,TRA30XXXXXXXXX > 2nd part is SDK version right?

What's part 3 and 4?

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