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License timeout for Catia v5 after inactivity?

License timeout for Catia v5 after inactivity?

License timeout for Catia v5 after inactivity?

With Catia v4, I can set it to timeout and release the license after a period of inactivity by using a combination of catia.MAXTIM_MSG and catia.MAXTIM_WAIT.

I've been searching through the documentation, but I can't seem to find anything in Catia v5 that can be set so that a session will die and release the license after inactivity.  Is there such a beast?


RE: License timeout for Catia v5 after inactivity?

Hi confuseadmin,

Starting from R10 (if my memory is not wrong), the time_out mechanism is available in V5.

Tools + Options + General + Disconnection
Check the option "Automatic disconnection after ... minutes"

It lets you activate automatic disconnection of your Version 5 session after a user-defined duration (in minutes) without program use.

Cheers. Kennis Tang.

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