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TitleIs there a problem if same product listed twice in the cfg file
URL NameIs-there-a-problem-if-same-product-listed-twice-in-the-cfg-file
Article Number000113793
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported platforms
OS: All supported versions
Other: CSS tool
Question/Problem Description
Is there any problem with same product listed twice in the cfg file?
Oracle datasever listed twice in cfg file with different serial number and user counts.
 
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Usually the first license will be loaded. And it should not have any issue. 
But it is recommend to have only one entry for each product listed in the cfg file. 
 
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Last Modified Date7/19/2019 2:10 PM
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