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How to assign TRS Consumer-Internal license for LQE datasource

Jin Zhou (591419) | asked May 19 '15, 8:32 p.m.
retagged Jan 25 '16, 10:51 a.m. by Patricia Der (5011)
I have installed RELM/LQE with CLM, DM registered on the same JTS.
I know there are 2 TRS Consumer-Internal licenses are included in the product.

I have created multiple datasources on the LQE including local RTC, RM, DM, RELM.
I have also created datasource to DOORS via DWA.

When create index for DWA datasource, it's asking 1 spare TRS Consumer-Internal which would be used by DOORS functional user. Besides, when create index for other datasources like RTC, RM, 2 TRS Consumer-Internal licenses are required to be assigned to jts_user and lqe_user.

So I found the TRS Consumer-internal licenses provided by LQE are not sufficient to make all the registered datasources connected valid when those Jazz applications are sharing with the same JTS.

I even tried to import TRS_Consumer_Internal.jar into the JTS but the number of the licenses is still stay as "2"

Can any one explain this? Whether it's not recommended to have LQE running on the same JTS as CLM?

Thanks and Regards

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John Carolan (71616) | answered Jan 25 '16, 6:47 a.m.
Hi Jin,

Accessing the DOORS data source (via DWA) requires a different TRS license to the CLM one. 
That license is shipped with RELM but it must be hosted on a FLEX license server with the DOORS licenses.
This is documented in the online help and also in the following RELM technote:

This is the case for LQE 6.0.x and 5.0.x for all supported DOORS versions.

There is no licensing requirement to run LQE on a different JTS to CLM, but it may be recommended for performance reasons in a production environment:

I hope this helps

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