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The OpenLM ‘All License Parser’ tool

Can we help you ?

Are you having a hard time following the licensing scheme provided by your license vendor?

Are you using complicated licensing environments comprised of License Packages, Suites and PLIST ?

Are you trying to obtain clear historical perspective of your license usage information, as accumulated in license manager log files ?

 

OpenLM presents the “All License Parser” ; a web based tool for visualizing various types of license manager files, e.g. FlexLM debug logs and license files.

What does it do ?

With OpenLM’s “All License Parser” you could

  • Parse and present license usage statistics from old logs.
  • Obtain statistical information regarding license utilization, and
  • Make sense of complicated license files.

Where is it?

OpenLM’s “All License Parser” tool is free online: http://www.alllicenseparser.com/  . It is an  evolving service, which means that we are constantly updating it with new formats and capabilities, as these steam in from our customers.

 

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Working with the License online parser

Use of the system is via an upload of a supported file formats from your file system, or by a simple drag and drop onto the OpenLM Cloud interface within the browser.

Once the file is uploaded, the online parser will quickly convert the contents and present them as a report. This report can be viewed either on screen or downloaded as a pdf file. The onscreen reports show a detailed breakdown of the use of the software in question. An example of the type of reports produced (which will be dependent on the type of software being analyzed) includes:

  • A list of the features of the product, including graphs showing:
    • The most used features of the product
    • Who is using the product and when
    • Most denied features
    • Denied users
    • Reason for denials
  • Benchmarks, showing the most used feature of the software, including:
    • Average session duration
    • % Usage
    • Daily session per user
    • Denials per hour
  • A list of users of the software/system and how long they used it and across which number of sessions
  • Number of closed and open session and how long each lasted and date and time stamp for each
  • Access denials with a reason for the denial, e.g. licensed number of users already reached
  • Errors

The supported license file manager formats of this version of OpenLM are:

Supported file formats

At the time of writing this article, the supported files formats include:

  • FLEXera publisher license files
  • FLEXlm license file
  • FLEXlm lmutil lmstat output
  • OpenLM License file
  • FLEXera publisher (FLEXlm) debug log file
  • Dassault Systems License file & log (DSLS)
  • RLM (Reprise License Manager) license & log file
  • Esprit log
  • SeisWare CSV log
  • Sentinel RMS (from SafeNet) license & log file
  • Sentinel SuperPro log file
  • LM-X license file & log
  • LM-X End-user Utility XML stat output (-licstatxml)
  • OpenText (formerly Spicer) log file
  • SlickEdit verbose XML stats (selicutil stat -v)
  • Green Hills log
  • LS-DYNA license & log

For more information on these supported formats, please refer to this document.

Security

OpenLM does not keep a copy of the files you upload into the “All License Parser” tool, and makes no use of any of the data presented in it.