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Why do I receive the error message "No available license" when trying to login using a CaliberRM named license for the Borland License Server?

Why do I receive the error message "No available license" when trying to login using a CaliberRM named license for the Borland License Server?

Problem:

Why do I receive the error message "No available license" when trying to login using a CaliberRM named license for the Borland License Server?

Resolution:


  • Product Name:CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: Licensing

The above error message usually means that you have not included the named user trying to login within userlist.txt. You may also find�the CaliberRM server log reports the error: ?9 ERROR BLS checkout returned an error code=9 context=2? as well as an error similar to:

[status-0:info] failure 100-hbt9 1-nmd @ 0100_11_212001_00(0)0(0)0(9)2

To resolve this add the user to userlist.txt. (The format for adding a user is described in the readme.txt packaged with your slip files which you download during the hosting process). Then refresh the Borland License Server by navigating to \Borland\BLS4\bin folder and running the command: cmd reload.


Old KB# 15770

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