How to resolve the license error: Borland Enterprise Server License violation[1011]: Non-compatible licenses are detected?

How to resolve the license error: Borland Enterprise Server License violation[1011]: Non-compatible licenses are detected?

Problem

During start-up of a VisiBroker based CORBA application, the following message is printed to stdout:

Borland Enterprise Server license violation[1011]: Non-compatible licenses are detected. Please use license tool to reconfigure your license.

Solution

This error can occur when several licenses are installed, and they are incompatible with each other. Run "lmadm -i console" and select the option "[2] List all licenses" to check the installed licenses.

VisiBroker

For VisiBroker, only one of the following license types can be installed and enabled:

  • TRIAL or TERM license
  • Production license
  • Full Development license
  • C++ Development license
  • Java Development license

AppServer

For AppServer, only one of the following license types can be installed and enabled:

  • TRIAL
  • J2EE Development
  • Production

AppServer uses the VisiBroker Core libraries, which are enabled by the AppServer license. Installing any additional VisiBroker TRIAL / TERM / DEV / PROD license results in the same error message.

To resolve this error, all of the licenses need to be cleaned up and re-register only the license that needs to be used in this environment. Please refer [[wiki:Steps for cleaning up and re-registering VisiBroker license]] article to cleanup and register the license. If you encounter registration limit reached error, please raise a support incident.

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