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How to determine when the license is set to expire for Corticon Server


TitleHow to determine when the license is set to expire for Corticon Server
URL NameHow-to-determine-when-the-license-is-set-to-expire-for-Corticon-Server
Article Number000184088
EnvironmentProduct: Corticon Server
Version: 5.x
OS: All supported platforms
Database: All supported databases
Browser: N/A
Application Server: All supported application servers
Question/Problem Description
How to determine the date when Cclicense.jar will expire and cause a license expired error on Corticon Server?
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement Number
  1. Open the license.txt file within the CcLicense.jar used with Corticon Server
  2. Go to the ===Server=== section and inspect the tag TAG_DEACTIVATE_DATE =
  3. The value of this tag will tell the date the license is set to expire for Corticon Server
    For e.g. TAG_DEACTIVATE_DATE = 12/31/2099 means the license is set to expire on 31st December,2099
Last Modified Date9/2/2018 1:25 AM
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