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The verifylicense command is available on Windows only. It checks whether RaptorXML+XBRL Server is licensed, and optionally checks whether a given license key is already assigned to RaptorXML+XBRL 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.



RaptorXMLXBRL verifylicense [options]


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raptorxmlxbrl verifylicense
raptorxmlxbrl verifylicense --license-key=a-39-character-long-license-code-(7x5, plus 4 hyphens)
raptorxmlxbrl 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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RaptorXMLXBRL on Windows

raptorxmlxbrl on Unix (Linux, Mac)


* Note that lowercase (raptorxmlxbrl) works on all platforms (Windows, Linux, and Mac), while upper-lower (RaptorXMLXBRL) 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+XBRL Server. The option should be placed before the command. So: raptorxmlxbrl --version licenseserver.


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