The licenseserver command registers RaptorXML+XBRL Server with the Altova LicenseServer specified by the Server-Or-IP-Address argument. For the licenseserver command to be executed successfully, the two servers (RaptorXML+XBRL Server and LicenseServer) must be on the same network and LicenseServer must be running. You must also have administrator privileges in order to register RaptorXML+XBRL Server with LicenseServer.
raptorxmlxbrl licenseserver [options] Server-Or-IP-Address
raptorxmlxbrlserver licenseserver [options] Server-Or-IP-Address
•The Server-Or-IP-Address argument takes the name or IP address of the LicenseServer machine.
•To request an evaluation license for RaptorXML+XBRL Server, submit appropriate values for the --company, --email, and --name options. To request an evaluation license for an additional Altova product (that is, in addition to RaptorXML+XBRL Server), add the --request-eval-license option with a value that is the name of that product. See the list of options below for more information.
•The licenseserver command can be called from either executable: raptorxmlxbrl or raptorxmlxbrlserver.
Once RaptorXML+XBRL Server has been successfully registered with LicenseServer, you will receive a message to this effect. The message will also display the URL of the LicenseServer. You can now go to LicenseServer to assign RaptorXML+XBRL Server a license. For details about licensing, see the LicenseServer documentation (https://www.altova.com/manual/AltovaLicenseServer/).
Examples of the licenseserver command:
raptorxmlxbrl licenseserver DOC.altova.com
raptorxmlxbrl licenseserver localhost
raptorxmlxbrl licenseserver 127.0.0.1
raptorxmlxbrlserver licenseserver 127.0.0.1
The commands above specify, respectively, the machine named DOC.altova.com, and the user's machine (localhost and 127.0.0.1) as the machine running Altova LicenseServer. In each case, the command registers RaptorXML+XBRL Server with the LicenseServer on the machine specified. The last command calls the server-executable to execute the command.
Options are listed in short form (if available) and long form. You can use one or two dashes for both short and long forms. An option may or may not take a value. If it takes a value, it is written like this: --option=value. Values can be specified without quotes except in two cases: (i) when the value string contains spaces, or (ii) when explicitly stated in the description of the option that quotes are required. If an option takes a Boolean value and no value is specified, then the option's default value is TRUE. Use the --h, --help option to display information about the command.