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Nxopen how to check license

Nxopen how to check license

Nxopen how to check license

Hi guys
I got into trouble with some of my basic programs that I did to get familiar with Visual basic language.

although It( my code) worked fine when I use Nx journal but when export .dll format by visual studio,
somethings went wrong when I tried to run it on Nx open. nothing happen.

then,I wondered wether Nxopen be licensed or not ! but I couldn't find any way for checking nxopen license on forum,

does any one can help me ?



RE: Nxopen how to check license

Hi Van,

Try to sign the library and see if you have dotnet author license to run the dll.


RE: Nxopen how to check license

In the NX logfile it will state if you have a valid license or not.
if so , then you might be able to find any other issues with your code.

Ronald van den Broek
Senior Application Engineer
Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd
NX9 / TC10.1.2

Building new PLM environment from Scratch using NX12 / TC11

RE: Nxopen how to check license

Hi there
I got it
thank you for your help bigsmile


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