AndrewESI
Pilgrim

interaction between dup_group flag of lc_checkout and DUP_GROUP line in license file.

Can anyone explain the interaction between dup_group flag of lc_checkout and DUP_GROUP line in license file?
For example, the dup_group flag DUP_NONE might be passed to lc_checkout, yet DUP_GROUP=UHD may be specified in the license file. Which behavior dominates?
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raffie
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The use of DUP_GROUP in the license file takes precedence over the lc_checkout call.
This is a quote from the DUP_GROUP section of the "Programming Reference for License File–Based Licensing" documentation:
"If DUP_GROUP= is specified in the license, this parameter overrides the dup_group parameter in the call
to lc_checkout. If not specified in the license, the dup_group parameter from lc_checkout will be used."
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AndrewESI
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raffie wrote:
The use of DUP_GROUP in the license file takes precedence over the lc_checkout call.
This is a quote from the DUP_GROUP section of the "Programming Reference for License File–Based Licensing" documentation:
"If DUP_GROUP= is specified in the license, this parameter overrides the dup_group parameter in the call
to lc_checkout. If not specified in the license, the dup_group parameter from lc_checkout will be used."


Great, thanks that clears it up.
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