Clarisse licensing system can work with a node locked license that is attached to a machine or a with a more flexible floating license system based on a client/server model.
Isotropix licensing policy lets users run an infinite number of Clarisse application instances on their computer once it has been granted with a valid license.
Licenses are valid for all platforms and can either be temporary or permanent.
Personal Learning Edition (PLE)#
If you wish to run our software in PLE mode, please skip this section and go to Personal Learning Editor (PLE) for more information.
Licensing Isotropix Products#
To set the location of your node-locked license, just add the following command-line argument
-license_path. For example:
clarisse ... -license_path /path/to/my/license.key
This argument only works with applications that support node-locked licenses such as Clarisse. CNode, for example, doesn't support node-locked licenses.
To specify the network machine name or the host address hosting
ilise, just add the following the command-line argument
-license_server. For example:
clarisse ... -license_server ILISE-SERVER cnode ... -license_server 192.168.2.24
You can also specify
ilise port using the same command-line argument:
cnode ... -license_server ILISE-SERVER:40500 clarisse ... -license_server 127.0.0.1:40000
Alternatively you can set the environment variable
ILISE_SERVER to the host address and port running
ilise. Assuming the server is running on the IP address 192.168.2.24 using the port 40000:
The Request Key is an identifier used by our licensing system to generate licenses for a specific machine.
Isotropix licenses are bound to the machine that generated the request key.
In other words, a license generated on a specific machine won't work on another one so make sure to generate the request key on the machine that will run the license.
For reference, a Request Key will typically look like:
Request Keys are also unique per host and per session of the application generating the key. This means that each time a request key is generated on a computer a new one is generated. This is the expected behavior.