1C:Enterprise 8.3. Client/Server mode. Administrator Guide. Appendix 1. License description string format

APPENDIX 1. LICENSE DESCRIPTION STRING FORMAT

Information on the license can be displayed in full or in shortened form. Shortened information usually displays in a column that contains a list of workflows or sessions. Full information usually displays in a workflow or session properties window.

License information has the following format:

Recipient, PID, Server, Port, License description, name of a file with license

A set of fields to be used is defined depending on the type of license (HASP or program license), and whether short or full information about the license is displayed.

Recipient

Describes the recipient of the license:

Client – the license is obtained by a client application.

Server – the license is obtained by the 1C:Enterprise server.

PID

Identifier of the OS process for which the client license was obtained.

It is not used in the shortened view of the license.

Server

The name of the 1C:Enterprise server that obtained a client license.

It is not used in the shortened view of the license.

It is also not used if the license was obtained by a client application.

Port

A network port number of the server process (rphost or rmngr) that obtained the license.

It is not used in the shortened view of the license.

It is also not used if the license was obtained by a client application.

License description

Describes the source of the license.

If a license was received from a dongle, its description looks as follows:

<Key series> <Key type> <Number of licenses>

Where:

Key series is a dongle series. Dongles are detailed in the "1C:Enterprise 8.3 Administrator Guide".

Key type specifies the type of the dongle:

Local – the key is connected to the computer that was used to obtain the license.

Network                  the          key         is             available               on           the          network                 via          the HASP License Manager.

Number of licenses – the maximum number of licenses available with this key. If the client license was obtained via a software licensing system, its description will look as follows:

<Kit number> <License type> <Number of licenses>

Where:

Kit number is a register number of the kit with software licenses.

License type specifies the type of license activated. This can take 1 or a value equal to the Number of licenses field for combined kits. The value is always equal to 1 for single-user, multi-user or server licenses.

Number of licenses – the maximum number of licenses available in this kit.

Name of a license file

A full name of the file containing a software license that was obtained by a workflow or a session.

It is not used in the shortened view of the license.

It is not used for a license obtained from the dongle.

Let us review examples of client license strings:

Client, 4648, ORGL8 Local 1

This license is obtained by a client application that has an OS process identifier equal to 4648 and  is obtained from the local dongle.

Client, 3840, ORG8A Network 300

This license is obtained by a client application that has an OS process identifier equal to 3840 and is obtained from the dongle available via the network.

Server, 1648, SERVER-1C, 1560, ORG8B Network 500

A client license which is obtained via the SERVER-1C server that operates through the 1560 port. The process that obtained the license has an OS process identifier equal to 1648, and the license is obtained from a 500-license dongle available via the network.

Server, 1648, SERVER-1C, 1560, ORGL8 Network 1

A client license which is obtained via the SERVER-1C server that operates through the 1560 port. The process that obtained the license has an OS process identifier equal to 1648, and the license is obtained from a local single-user dongle.

Server, 1970, ENSR8 Local 1

A server license (for a 32-bit server) which is obtained by a workflow with an OS process identifier equal to 1970. The key is located on the same computer where the workflow runs.

Server, 4524, SERVER-1C, 1560, 8000314159 1 1,
file://C:/Users/USR1CV8/AppData/Local/1C/1Cv8/conf/20100521112156.lic

This server license is obtained by a SERVER-1C server workflow that operates via the 1560 port. The process that obtained the license has an OS process identifier equal to 4524. A program server license with kit number 8000314159 is obtained. The file that contains the license is named 20100521112156.lic and located in the C:/Users/USR1CV8/AppData/Local/1C/1Cv8/conf directory.

Server, 896, SERVER-1C, 1564, 8000453822 20  20,
file://C:/Documents  and Settings/USR1CV8/Local Settings/Application  Data/1C/1cv8/conf/20110812100013.lic

A client license obtained via the SERVER-1C server that operates through the 1560 port. The process that obtained the license has an OS process identifier equal to 4524, and the program license is obtained from a combined kit of 20 licenses that is activated as a multiuser license. The kit number is 8000453822. The license file is named 20110812100013.lic and located in the C:/Documents and Settings/ USR1CV8/Local Settings/Application Data/1C/1Cv8/conf directory.

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