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is there PTC conflict between ProEngineer and Cadence OrCAD

Discussion in 'CAD' started by Anthony Franks, Jan 5, 2008.

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  1. Is there PTC license conflict between ProEngineer and Cadence OrCAD?

    We have installed both ProEngineer 2007 WildFire 3
    and OrCAD 15 with Cadence license manager in the same XP Dell systems.

    However, the ProEngineer refuse to started:
    License request failed for feature PROE_200: -97
    The desired vendor daemon is down.
    We have installed this with valid license and key.

    The OrCAD is still running.

    Is the PTC license both these two programs in conflict?
     
  2. Anthony,
    Take a look in the ProE license manager file, and see if there is a
    debug.log file. it will contain the actual errors the license server
    saw. It could be port number conflicts, an error in the license
    installation, or several dozen other problems. When in doubt, call ProE
    and ask them for help!

    Charlie
     
  3. Janes

    Janes Guest

    Is there PTC license conflict between ProEngineer and Cadence OrCAD?

    We have installed both ProEngineer 2007 WildFire 3
    and OrCAD 15 with Cadence license manager in the same XP Dell systems.

    However, the ProEngineer refuse to started:
    License request failed for feature PROE_200: -97
    The desired vendor daemon is down.
    We have installed this with valid license and key.

    The OrCAD is still running.

    Is the PTC license both these two programs in conflict?


    Are you using FlexLM License Management? So does PTC for Pro/E. Which did you install first? It is possible only one can "own" the license manager.

    David Janes
     
  4. Yes, looks like Cadence license manager now owns the PTC license when I install OrCAD last. Yuck,
     
  5. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    You can always count on OrCAD ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  6. Janes

    Janes Guest

    Yes, looks like Cadence license manager now owns the PTC license when I install OrCAD last. Yuck,


    Can't you switch OrCAD to a different license manager? I thought I saw that it has two license management schemes.

    David Janes
     
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