In every command i got this message. And now i cant use Jenkins because after this error - translation is failed.
I complited steps from this post: https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Fortify-User-Discussions/Error-Access-Fortify-SCA-for-Python-amp-quot/m-p/1681571/highlight/true#M7599
With fortify.properties and fortify-sca.properties and got same error anyway.
Fortify Static Code Analyzer 18.20.1071 (using JRE 1.8.0_181)
[error]: Your license does not allow access to Fortify SCA for Python
com.fortify.licensing.UnlicensedCapabilityException: Your license does not allow access to Fortify SCA for Python
at com.fortify.licensing.Licensing.getCapabilityConfig(Licensing.java:120) ~[fortify-common-18.104.22.1681.jar:?]
at com.fortify.licensing.Licensing.requireCapability(Licensing.java:63) ~[fortify-common-22.214.171.1241.jar:?]
at com.fortify.sca.frontend.Python3FrontEnd.runTranslator(Python3FrontEnd.java:158) [fortify-sca-18.20.1071.jar:?]
at com.fortify.sca.frontend.FrontEndSession.runSingleFrontEnd(FrontEndSession.java:231) [fortify-sca-18.20.1071.jar:?]
at com.fortify.sca.frontend.FrontEndSession.runFrontEnd(FrontEndSession.java:193) [fortify-sca-18.20.1071.jar:?]
at com.fortify.sca.Main$Sourceanalyzer.run(Main.java:527) [fortify-sca-18.20.1071.jar:?]
Were the SCA workstations being called by the Jenkins jobs the same as in your Jenkins pipelines? Can you compare the fortify.license files found on each of these machines? Python should now be an included language. For record-keeping, you may want to record the License ID string found within each file, or perhaps make copies of them with their expiration date in the file name.
(PS - Only open the fortify.license files with plain TXT editors, ones which will not add hidden characters or other items.)
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