Using X_CPU.EXE for generating CPU details for a Version 15 or Version 14 License request
|Product/Release:||Visual LANSA V15 and V14 SP2 with EPC142050|
|Abstract:||Downloadable version of X_CPU.EXE for generating CPU details for a LANSA license request|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
|Updated:||15 April 2020|
IMPORTANT: The information on this page is for downloading
x_cpu.exe for Visual LANSA V15 or V14 SP2 at EPC142050 level. For V14,
if you use this version of x_cpu.exe
to generate CPU details, you will receive a license based on the LANSA development licensing
model introduced in EPC142050.
To download a V13 x_cpu.exe, click here. To obtain CPU information for LANSA on IBM i, click here.
- A LANSA license code is only valid for a PC for which it was requested.
- A license request must be accompanied by the CPU details as generated by the correct version of X_CPU.EXE.
The PC is identified by a range of information for the CPU. A special utility called x_cpu.exe is provided to display this information. This executable is shipped as part of the Visual LANSA installation and can be accessed from the LANSA folder by selecting the Licensing - X_CPU utility option, located within the Settings and Administration folder .
The X_CPU can also be generated from the Add Licenses tabsheet of the LANSA Development License manager. A shortcut to the LANSA Development License manager is created on the desktop after installing V15 or after applying EPC142050 to V14 SP2.
The X_CPU.EXE is available for download from this page for situations where a full Visual LANSA is not yet installed on a PC, for example, for a Proof of Concept or for a Windows production server that won't have a full Visual LANSA installation.
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Once downloaded, the x_cpu utility can be run from any location on your hard drive. The generated x_cpu_<model>_serial nunber>.txt file will be created in the same location. You will be prompted to show the file in the saved location.
Tip: We recommend that you save the x_cpu.exe to the Visual LANSA Tools directory, if you have this directory and if the x_cpu.exe doesn't exist in this directory already.