Hello,

I got licensing configuration issue with Application FlexPro 8.0.19 which installs Aladdin HASP SRM Driver...
after installation of an application, I need to configure some License settings in URL http://localhost:1947 as given.
I have captured those settings which gets saved in "hasplm.ini" under "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Aladdin Shared\HASP"
But when I install this package with this ini file,I cant see the configuration in URL.Not sure where all the settings get saved.

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Hi Lee,

Kindly check if there are any hard coding in the .ini file. Also does your package make changes on the given url?
You may install your application, launch application and start a snapshot tool (any or your preference) manually do the changes, launch application again. Take another snapshot. Now analyse this delta. In some instances if you using Wise to take the snap shot ten you can make a msi of the delta and install this delta msi after you install your package and check if desired results are achieved or not.
Answered 05/31/2009 by: India_Repackaging
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Hello,

Thanks for your reply !

There is no hardcode in the INI file but it reads the hostname of the system.
Package doesn't make any changes in the given URL.After installation of the source we need to open some localhost URL and need to configure server settings in that url.those settings are getting saved in INI file but next if we installs the package and put the same INI file, server setting doesn't reflect

I tried the way u suggested still no luck [:(]

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Answered 06/01/2009 by: Lee_555
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Hey !! It worked after REBOOT......... [:)]

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Answered 06/02/2009 by: Lee_555
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