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4 posts in Replication Last posting was on 2004-01-08 00:30:16.0Z
Dusty Carnahan Posted on 2004-01-05 14:37:15.0Z
From: "Dusty Carnahan" <dusty@nationalcorp.com>
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Subject: License
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I am using XTNDConnect version 3.6.2003.401 ... my license is for a
server-to-server replication ... I set up server A with the complete package
and then set up server B with the client ...

Initially, both servers sync'd without issues ... but when
troubleshooting a problem on server B I had to remove the client software
and then re-install it ... now the sync errors with the "Invalid License,
ErrorCode:11" ...

How can I reset server A so it will again sync with server B ? ...


Lance Hale Posted on 2004-01-06 00:22:43.0Z
From: "Lance Hale" <lance.hale@extendedsystems.com>
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This may also be an issue of running out of licenses. If you open Admin and
look under File > License Information you should be able to tell how many
licenses are available. If no licenses are available, do the following:

1 - shut down the XTNDConnect service
2 - Use Advantage Data Architect to open \XTNDConnect Server\data\lm.adt and
delete all records. (No username or password required)
3 - re-start the XTNDConnect service

"Dusty Carnahan" <dusty@nationalcorp.com> wrote in message
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> I am using XTNDConnect version 3.6.2003.401 ... my license is for a
> server-to-server replication ... I set up server A with the complete
package
> and then set up server B with the client ...
>
> Initially, both servers sync'd without issues ... but when
> troubleshooting a problem on server B I had to remove the client software
> and then re-install it ... now the sync errors with the "Invalid License,
> ErrorCode:11" ...
>
> How can I reset server A so it will again sync with server B ? ...
>
>
>


Dusty Carnahan Posted on 2004-01-08 00:30:16.0Z
From: "Dusty Carnahan" <dusty@nationalcorp.com>
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Subject: Re: License
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Thanks Lance, I appreciate the response ...I spoke with another on this
and am starting to understand how the XTND Connect licensing works ...
licensing is always tricky, for both the developer and the end user ...

Right now I have the license reset and am able to get the client servers
to sync with the master server ... that in itself is creating new questions
... I'm going to start a new post with what I am doing and the issues I'm
having ... thanks, feel free to jump on it ;-) for me ...
Dusty

"Lance Hale" <lance.hale@extendedsystems.com> wrote in message
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> This may also be an issue of running out of licenses. If you open Admin
and
> look under File > License Information you should be able to tell how many
> licenses are available. If no licenses are available, do the following:
>
> 1 - shut down the XTNDConnect service
> 2 - Use Advantage Data Architect to open \XTNDConnect Server\data\lm.adt
and
> delete all records. (No username or password required)
> 3 - re-start the XTNDConnect service
>
>
> "Dusty Carnahan" <dusty@nationalcorp.com> wrote in message
> news:3ff977d6@solutions.advantagedatabase.com...
> > I am using XTNDConnect version 3.6.2003.401 ... my license is for a
> > server-to-server replication ... I set up server A with the complete
> package
> > and then set up server B with the client ...
> >
> > Initially, both servers sync'd without issues ... but when
> > troubleshooting a problem on server B I had to remove the client
software
> > and then re-install it ... now the sync errors with the "Invalid
License,
> > ErrorCode:11" ...
> >
> > How can I reset server A so it will again sync with server B ? ...
> >
> >
> >
>
>


Lance Hale Posted on 2004-01-05 23:45:47.0Z
From: "Lance Hale" <lance.hale@extendedsystems.com>
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Subject: Re: License
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Your license has to match two different settings. One setting is in Admin
under the Windows Client Database Connection and is the license dropdown.
This should be set to "Database Server to Database Server". The other
option is one that is asked when you install the Windows Client. It is a
message box that simply asks if you are installing the client to use with
server to server synchronization. You needed to answer "Yes" to that
question. If not, you can uninstall and re-install the Windows Client. You
may want to check the Windows Task Scheduler to see if the installation
setup a task for you. If there is no task there, then you will need to
re-install the Windows Client and be sure to answer "Yes" to the prompt.

"Dusty Carnahan" <dusty@nationalcorp.com> wrote in message
news:3ff977d6@solutions.advantagedatabase.com...
> I am using XTNDConnect version 3.6.2003.401 ... my license is for a
> server-to-server replication ... I set up server A with the complete
package
> and then set up server B with the client ...
>
> Initially, both servers sync'd without issues ... but when
> troubleshooting a problem on server B I had to remove the client software
> and then re-install it ... now the sync errors with the "Invalid License,
> ErrorCode:11" ...
>
> How can I reset server A so it will again sync with server B ? ...
>
>
>