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Issue 2 - License File

The RunTime must be able to find and read the license file (NIAKSER.DAT).

At the time of Authorization Installation, the fully qualified server name is placed into the license file and into the rtiwin.ini. The RunTime requires this name in order to find the server. The purpose of setting NIAKWA_RUNTIME on or copying the license file to the workstation is so that when the RunTime executes, it can find the license file and read the name.

Any time the RunTime is executed, the first thing it does is look for the license file. If it cannot find it, an error is raised, such as "NIAKSER.DAT missing or damaged."


Check that the NIAKSER.DAT file is in the right location, and that the RunTime knows where to find it. If NIAKWA_RUNTIME has been set to access a shared copy of NIAKSER.DAT on the server, make sure that the local drive doesn't contain any copies of the NIAKSER.DAT file. For details on choosing the location of the license file, see the section titled Setting NIAKWA_RUNTIME vs. Copying License File.