OpenLM Parser

Need to understand how your licenses are being used?

Get insight into your license usage with OpenLM Parser

A service that turns cryptic license or logs files into human-readable reports.

License or log files are the lifeblood of your software. But they can be confusing because they’re usually written in cryptic language and require you to do a lot of work to figure out what they mean. 


We’ve got a solution!

The information you need to know about how
your licenses are used

Just drop your license or log files to receive a detailed and user-friendly representation of license usage statistics, sessions, denials and more.

License file:

Stay compliant, understand the
license file and the rules that must be followed

Debug log file:

Debug your license server faster by checking the license usage status and error messages

Lmutil output:

Get visibility on your complete
license pool hosted on the license server

License server log file:

Detailed report on license usage written by the license server – visualized

Usage log file:

Detailed report on the license activity performed by engineering applications provided the vendor

Verbose XML:

Visualize the uptime of the license server, license utilization and the total number of licenses.

OpenLM Parser is free for up to five files per week

Tracking license usage was a challenge for us. Being able to monitor that and historic usage both globally and locally is useful!
Stephen Brekke
Legacy Integration Producer

Parser FAQ:

A service that converts cryptic license or logs files into visual reports that are easy to understand by humans. Instead of struggling to locate the information in the file generated by the license manager, you just drop the file in the parser, which breaks down the data into sections you can easily understand.

You get a thorough and user-friendly depiction of license usage data, license features, expiration dates, sessions, denials, and more just by dragging and dropping the log file into the parser. 

OpenLM Parser supports the following formats:

License file; 

Debug log file;

lmutil output; 

license server log file;

Usage log file;

CSV log file;

Verbose XML stats.

Customers looking to parse their files can choose from three plans: Light, Basic and Advanced. The Light plan is completely free just like the Basic plan. The main difference between the two plans is the number of parsed lines and the file size limit you can upload. The Advanced plan allows you to upload and parse as many files as you want, at a $39/month price. 

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