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24 Oct 2018 04:01 #6793 by support
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I am glad you found the reason :-)

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23 Oct 2018 18:50 #6792 by bkell1977
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Problem solved!

The inner exception give the following message:

Could not find binding type for scheme: 'ocp.tcp'.

This lead us to the error, a typo in the data provided by our customer the url was incorrect and should have been opc.tcp :pinch:

Once changed, everything worked correctly.

In any case, I would like to say thank you for your time and patience with this matter. Your support was excellent and very much appreciated :)

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23 Oct 2018 06:41 #6781 by support
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This can come from the server, but can also be a client-side problem - for example, with certificate store location. Please provide the inner exception detail as well.

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22 Oct 2018 17:31 #6780 by bkell1977
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Okay, the licence reads as valid.

After taking a try catch out of our code, the following error is generated:

An OPC-UA operation failure with error code -2136276992 (0x80AB0000) occurred, originating from ''. The inner OPC-UA service exception with service result 'BadInvalidArgument' contains details about the problem.

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21 Oct 2018 17:45 #6777 by support
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In that version, I think, it's "SerialNumber" instead of "Multipurpose.SerialNumber".
You can also enumerate all elements of the dictionary to obtain various pieces of license info.

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21 Oct 2018 10:00 #6776 by bkell1977
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The file version of the .dlls is 5.41.1186.1

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20 Oct 2018 14:40 #6775 by support
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Which QuickOPC version are you using please?

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20 Oct 2018 11:36 #6774 by bkell1977
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I tried your code to get the licence type but get the following message:

The given key was not present in the dictionary.

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19 Oct 2018 15:10 #6768 by support
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Hello.

You can use this:
// Shows how to obtain the serial number of the active license, and determine whether it is a demo or trial license.
 
using System;
using OpcLabs.EasyOpc.UA;
 
namespace UADocExamples._EasyUAClient
{
    class LicenseInfo
    {
        public static void SerialNumber()
        {
            // Instantiate the client object.
            var client = new EasyUAClient();
 
            // Obtain the serial number from the license info.
            long serialNumber = (uint)client.LicenseInfo["Multipurpose.SerialNumber"];
 
            // Display the serial number.
            Console.WriteLine("SerialNumber: {0}", serialNumber);
 
            // Determine whether we are running as demo or trial.
            if ((1111110000 <= serialNumber) && (serialNumber <= 1111119999))
                Console.WriteLine("This is a demo or trial license.");
            else
                Console.WriteLine("This is not a demo or trial license.");
        }
    }
}

(EasyDAClient or EasyAEClient can be used in place of EasyUAClient)

From your description, however, I am almost sure that the problem is not related to the license, because all our licensing error texts clearly identify the problem as being with the license.

What is the precise exception you are getting?

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19 Oct 2018 13:53 #6767 by bkell1977
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Hello all,

We have created a service that uses the QucikOPC .dll files. We installed the service on the target server. Before running, we ran the licence manager software to register the QuickOPC licence on the server.

When the service is run, we get an error stating the OPC UA server we are trying to connect to cannot be reached.

We believe this is because the licence is not being properly registered on the server. When we installed the licence, the licence file was not deleted, which it was on installs on other servers.

Is there a way, outside of the licence manager, to check if the licence is correctly installed?

Thanks.

:sick:

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