pdlicmgm utility: starts the License Key Management Application from the command line

Syntax

The flags accepted by the license management application are:
For AIX and Linux 
pdlicmgm [-f] 
[-v -pn feature_name -pv feature_version]
[-d -pn feature_name -pv feature_version]
[-i license_path] 
{[-eid entitlement_id -pn product_name -pv product_version]
[[-cn customer_name] [-cc customer_company] [-ce customer_email]]}
[-l locale]
[-p]
[-h]

For Windows 
pdlicmgm.cmd [-f]
[-v -pn feature_name -pv feature_version]
[-d -pn feature_name -pv feature_version]
[-i license_path] 
{[-eid entitlement_id -pn product_name -pv product_version]
[[-cn customer_name] [-cc customer_company] [-ce customer_email]]}
[-l locale]
[-p]
[-h]

Description

You can access the License Keys Management Application (LKMA) from the command line, specifying the license key file path from the command line with a flag to show the system fingerprint.

    Note:
  • To receive a product license, you need to send the Entitlement ID and the system fingerprint of the machine where that product or feature runs. The Entitlement ID is only used to identify what you purchased.
  • The system locale is used when the [-l] flag is not present.
  • When running from the command line, license management application returns: