An EASA Server must have a currently valid license key installed.
An initial installation will have a 30-day evaluation license.
To use an EASA Server past this period request, purchase and install a license.
Follow the instructions below to request a key.
If the machine running the EASA Server is unable to send e-mail from the web browser, then the 'Email License Request' button will not work. In this case issue a license key request manually, copy the 'Server ID' and 'Customer Code' information into an e-mail message on another machine that is e-mail enabled and send the message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where 'domain_name' is the domain name of EASA and 'port_number' is the port number entered during installation. If no domain name was explicitly specified during installation, then it defaults to the computer name of the EASA Server or 'localhost'. The EASA Introduction page should appear in the browser window.
If the inputs are confusing, please contact an EASA support office for assistance in determining the correct input.
After filling in the form click on the 'Email License Request' button to complete the request.
A license key will usually be e-mailed back within one working day.
The EASA license key is contained within a file with a *.ccl suffix sent via e-mail.
Upon receipt of the *.ccl file, save the file locally and follow the installation instructions below:
Complete 'domain_name' with the domain name of EASA and 'port_number' with the port number entered during installation. If no domain name was explicitly specified during installation, then it defaults to the computer name of the EASA Server or 'localhost'. The EASA Server landing page should appear in the browser window.
The license key will be installed.
Confirm that it is working properly on the 'Check License' page below. The EASA installation is now operational including a valid license key.
Complete a final test on the EASA system as described at in Testing EASA Client Applications.
To check on the status of the current EASA license:
A typical EASA license specifies a maximum number of simultaneous Users.
A customer may need a certain User to have access even when the maximum level of simultaneous Users has been reached. When User account is created (for an additional license fee) it may be designated a 'Named User' with guaranteed access which does not depend on User load.