Change License --> Not well-formed

I installed Tamino (3.1.1.1) and skipped the license. Later I requested a license file by email.

I logged in to the smh, selected “my” server --> Tamino --> Versions --> 3.1.1.1

Clicked “Change License”, navigated to the license file. (Btw the location of the license file is in accordance with the registry key).

Now I get the message “ARG004: Not well-formed”. (Whereas XML Spy tells me, that the file is indeed well-formed).

Do I have a version problem (3.1.1.1 installed while the key file says 3.1.1?) How do I get a valid license file?
My current file is attached.

Regards,

Norbert Ploett
ino311.xml (1.07 KB)

Hello,
had you already installed a former version of Tamino on your system?
I am asking, because when skipping the license key during installation, the server itself is NOT installed. If this is your first Tamino installation, I would suggest to repeat the installation.
Regards,
Uli

had you already installed a former version of Tamino on your system?

Nope, no earlier installation of Tamino.

> installation, I would suggest to repeat the installation.

The solution is so much easier … :slight_smile:
The registry key in
…/Software/Software AG/Tamino/3.1.1.1 - License File contains only the directory, where the key file is expected. In my case

c:\program files\common\software ag\LKey

The key must, however, contain the path and name of the file:

c:\program files\common\software ag\LKey\ino3111.xml

The “Change License” operation did not do this correctly. I entered the name by regedit and - presto - works fine!

Regards


Norbert Ploett