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How to install the Data Collector, Build, RQM-connector, CC-Synchronizer or CQ Synchronizer license without installing Trial licences

Sandy Grewal (1.6k1223) | asked Jul 26 '12, 1:07 p.m.
How to install the Data Collector, Build, CC-Synchronizer or CQ Synchronizer license without installing Trial licenses when installing CLM 3.x

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Sandy Grewal (1.6k1223) | answered Jul 26 '12, 1:11 p.m.
The licenses are packaged in the CLM install and can be extracted and installed using the JTS gui.
The location is:

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KrishnaKanth Naik commented Aug 09 '12, 9:23 a.m. | edited Aug 09 '12, 9:36 a.m.

Hi Sandy

I checked the following location in my setup for 301,3011,3012 and 3013: <server_install_dir>\server\conf\jts\sites and it has the following folders:

1) license-update-site (this has inside the plugins directory) 2) rcl-integration-site 3) update-site

Does the clm-activation folder come up only after installing CLM licenses?

Dacian Hantig commented Aug 13 '13, 5:39 a.m. | edited Aug 13 '13, 5:40 a.m.
I had the same problem.

This directory ("clm-activation") was not inside the indicated path. To get it, I did a workaround: I have installed another instance in another directory (just JTS, CCM, tomcat and the trial required licenses) and then I found the directory there. I extracted the jar file and then I have imported one-by-one the jar files inside the "active" directory from the extracted jar file. The licenses were correctly imported and are ok now.

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Kot T. (1.5k11319) | answered Aug 10 '12, 10:20 a.m.
I tried to install the package above on a 3011 test (Windows machine). Below are my findings:
1. The package above includes both base licenses (Data collector, Build, CQ sync, etc) and TRAIL licenses.
2. The /clm-activation folder exists only after installing the trail/base package using IM.
3. The jar file cannot be installed directly on the JTS admin > License Key Management page.
4. I tried to deploy the /clm-activation package the same way as when deploying a custom plugin on the server (copy the /clm-activation folder to ../conf/jts/sites/, add an .ini file in the provision_profiles folder, request server reset, and restart the server). It seems to work, but I am not sure if this is a proper way to do it.

Sandy Grewal commented Aug 17 '12, 12:51 p.m.

Yes the /clm-activation folder only exists if the Trial license is installed. You have to have 1 install with the Trial licenses. This is geared towards a requirement not to install Trial licenses on a production server. To satisfy it you can install the Trial license on a non-production server and get the licenses to apply to the Production server.

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