Working with the License Manager from the Command Line

The License Manager and the activation script can be used to activate and manage licenses via the command line.

Important! Activation script must be run under ROOT.

Activation script command-line options

Parameter Action
-h, --help Displays the list of commands with short descriptions.
--serial-number <serial number> Activates the license with the specified serial number.
--service-address <address> The DNS name or IP address of the computer where the Licensing Service is installed. If you specify this parameter, the Licensing Service will not be installed on the workstation. Instead the Network Licenses distributed by the specified computer will be used.
--license-path <file path>
--license-password <password>
The full path and the password to the Online License token file. To use the Online License, specify both parameters.
--project-id <Customer Project ID> Specifies the Customer Project ID to which the license corresponds. The code samples will be configured to use this Customer Project ID in the functions which initialize the library.

License Manager command-line options

Run Bin/LicenseManager.Console with one of the following options to perform an action without entering interactive mode. For all options which require a serial number, please use either XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX format.

Parameter Action
--help Displays the list of commands with short descriptions.
--listDeveloperLicenses Shows all activated developer licenses on the workstation.
--listAvailableLicenses Shows all activated licenses on the workstation.
--activate=<serial number> Activates the license with the specified serial number.
--deactivate=<serial number> Deactivates the license corresponding to the serial number you specify.
--update=<serial number> Updates the license with the given serial number.
--showLicenseParameters=<serial number> Lists the parameters of the license with the specified serial number: functionality subset, protection type and installation type, license expiration date, and the features supported by the license.
--activate=<serial number> --errorIfActivated Returns a non-zero code if the specified license has already been activated on the workstation.
--saveActivationEMail=<file name> Saves to the specified file the text of an e-mail message you need to send to ABBYY to activate the given serial number. This message is automatically generated by the program and must be sent without any modification to ensure fast response.
--loadActivationFile=<file name> Loads the activation file which you will receive from ABBYY in reply to the activation e-mail.
--releaseOnlineLicenses Disables and removes the Online Licenses along with the associated information.

See also


License Manager Utility

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