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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

How to reset JDE license

Hi, pls refer below steps :

Before generating a new SPC code, do the following:

  1. Rename the jdeclnt files.  On the Deployment Server, make sure OneWorld/EnterpriseOne is not opened.  In the z:\jdedwardsoneworld\B7XXX\client directory (path will differ based on the E1 release installed), rename the jdeclnt.xdc and jdeclnt.ddc files to jdeclnt.xdcold and jdeclnt.ddcold
  2. Make sure the files in z:\jdedwardsoneworld\B7XXX\client directory are not hidden or read-only.  Check by doing Properties on these jde*.* files.  These files will need to be unhidden and security set to Full Control for group Everyone for licensing to work.
  3. Reset the Server licenses:
    • Login to Planner Environment on the Deployment Server
    • Fast Path to GH9052
    • Open Reset Software Protection Codes (P98SRV) application.  For EnterpriseOne 8.12, the application is under License Management.
    • On the next screen select Reset Server Security option
    • Make note of the Security Revision number and Serial Number. Do not close this window.
    • Start the SPC Generator
    • On the generator, enter the (above) Revision, Serial number and number of licenses you are authorized for, then click OK.
    • The generator will provide a new SPC code to be entered into the Security window.
    • This should re-license the Deployment Server.
  4. Reset the Client Licenses:
    • Once the Deployment Server is re-licensed, all the client workstations will need to reset their licenses. 
    • On a client workstation, if the user gets the Security Violation error, click OK. 
    • From the ROW menu, click on GetAuth
    • This will re-license the client workstation and the user should no longer get the error message. 
    • Repeat the above step for every client workstation.
    • If the above does not work, map a drive to the Deployment Server's \\<DeployServer>\B7xxx\Client directory.
    • Do a GetAuth.
  5. If the above steps do not work or licenses have already expired, and you are unable to relicense the Deployment Server, follow these steps:
    • Login to OneWorld/EnterpriseOne on the Deployment Server to the Planner environment
    • At the Security Violation message, click on Get Authorization
    • Generate a new SPC code for licenses
    • Enter the new authorization code  in the EnterpriseOne application
    • Select a new expiration date using the Visual Assist
    • Enter for the number of licenses
    • Click OK
    • This process allows user to gain access to the OneWorld/EnterpriseOne application.
    • Then follow the instructions in Step 3 to Reset the Server Licenses using P98SRV application.

Generate the license code and enter it into the security screen as prompted using below link.

For releases XE (B7333) and newer download the SPC Generator from My Oracle Support

  ** SPC generator :

If using an older version than XE (Ex: B7.3.2, B7.2.x) please follow the steps below:
  • Leave the JD Edwards Security Setup screen up while you call Global Customer Support
  • Be prepared to provide your name, your phone number, your CSI #, and the Serial number on the screen.
  • Enter the code given by Authorization Specialist and click OK. Your server should now be re-licensed.

      3.  Reset client licenses:
  • On each client machine, go to menu GH9052. Select  the Reset Software Protection Codes application (P98SRV).
  • On the Reset JD Edwards Security screen, click on the Reset Client Security button.
  • On the JD Edwards Security Setup screen, Click Get Auth from the FORM menu.

Alternative way (one by one recovery)

There is another method for recovering licenses one by one from the current 45 licenses that are showed on your print screen. If you click on find on the same application you are showing, you will get all the machine names that are using licenses. You may find some machines that do not exist anymore.
You can get one available license by doing this:
(1) On the "License Usage Application" find a machine name which is listed as using a license but does not exist anymore.
(2) Find a testing workstation, change the name of this machine to the name you detected in (1).
(3) Install JD Edwards on the machine.
(4) From Control Panel - Programs and features, uninstall JDEdwards (being mapped to the deployment server JDE shared folder).
(5) If the uninstall runs fine, after following previous steps, you should end up having 1 available license which you can use for your Citrix Server.

Hope that helps...........

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