That's a follow-up to this question: Can I upgrade a SQL Anywhere 12 developer edition to a paid version?
After I have successfully set my license key with DBLIC -k and thereby turned my install into a Workgroup Edition, how do I change the user and company name from "Developer Edition / Restriced Use" to the correct ones?
The following display the current status:
whereas the following attempt to add user and company name by just adding those to the command line gives the usage screen:
It doesn't matter if I include both names in double quotes or not.
So what am I doing wrong?
asked 23 Jul '10, 16:00
It would appear that in order to change your license file name and company name using dblic, you need to supply your license key (-k option) as well as specify the license type (-l) and number of units (-u), and then supply the name of the executable (not the name of the .lic file) followed by your name and company name.
I am not sure why it is this way, but it appears to work.
answered 23 Jul '10, 17:06