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The verifylicense command is available on Windows only. It checks whether RaptorXML Server is licensed, and optionally checks whether a given license key is already assigned to RaptorXML Server. It takes a license key as an option. The command returns a statement about the license status or validity of the submitted license key.



RaptorXML verifylicense [options]


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raptorxml verifylicense
raptorxml verifylicense --license-key=a-39-character-long-license-code-(7x5, plus 4 hyphens)
raptorxml verifylicense --l=a-39-character-long-license-code-(7x5, plus 4 hyphens)


Return statements are of this kind:


The product has a valid license
The product does not have a valid license
The license key AAAAAAA-BBBBBBB-CCCCCCC-DDDDDDD-EEEEEEE is assigned to the product
The license key AAAAAAA-BBBBBBB-CCCCCCC-DDDDDDD-EEEEEEE is not assigned to the product


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RaptorXML on Windows

raptorxml on Unix (Linux, Mac)


* Note that lowercase (raptorxml) works on all platforms (Windows, Linux, and Mac), while upper-lower (RaptorXML) works only on Windows and Mac.

* Use forward slashes on Linux and Mac, backslashes on Windows.



The following options are available:



VALUE is the 39-character-long license key without any delimiters. The key consists of five blocks of seven characters separated by hyphens.



Displays the command's help text.



Displays the version number of RaptorXML Server. The option should be placed before the command. So: raptorxml --version licenseserver.


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