Apply License Files to Single-Tier Release 4.x or 5.x, on Unix
- Navigate to the root directory of your
OpenLink installation, where you find
- Set the
OpenLink environment by running the appropriate script for your shell. The following will work in most environments, but your required command may differ -- shell command
sh, bash, zshand related
csh, tcshand related
/bin/sub-directory of your
- Retrieve your
OpenLink license file from email or ODS briefcase.
- Transer the license to the current (
$OPENLINK_INSTALL/bin/) directory on the Unix box, using binary-preserving methods (e.g., FTP in BIN mode, SCP, etc.)
- Confirm that the
OPL_LICENSE_DIRenvironment variable includes this directory. Exact commands may vary in your environment, but here is an example sequence based on the BASH shell --
echo $OPL_LICENSE_DIR /etc/oplmgr export OPL_LICENSE_DIR=/usr/openlink/bin:$OPL_LICENSE_DIR
- Launch a client application.
- Test a connection to initialize the terms of the new license.