LANSA license codes for IBM i

LANSA Version 14 WILL require new licenses.

Applying EPC 142050 WILL require new licenses.  See the required User Actions before applying this EPC.

Changing LANSA versions will require new licenses. Hardware changes also affect the LANSA licenses on IBM i.

If your hardware has changed, specifically if any of these, Serial Number, Model or Processor Feature codes have changed, then YES you will need new licenses.

If only upgrading the OS, no hardware changes, then you will NOT need new licenses.

Each separate LANSA installation on the IBM i will require it's own set of LANSA licenses.

LANSA license codes for LANSA Windows or Linux

From October 2018 LANSA no longer offers a hardware key option for development licensing. Upgrading from a hardware key license. LANSA Hardware Keys (dongles) are not subject to change with new hardware so you may continue to use these on new or updated equipment. You may need to install or update the drivers however.

Drivers for Sentinel (Safenet) SuperPro dongles may be found here.

Softkeys in all their various permutations (local, server or license server) ARE subject to change when hardware changes and you will need to run the x_cpu.exe program to obtain the file required to request new licenses.

V13 SP2, Download the standalone PC CPU information program (x_cpu.exe) program for LANSA v13 here.
V14 Pre-EPC142050, Download the standalone PC CPU information program (x_cpu.exe) program for LANSA v14 pre-EPC142050 here.
V14 SP2 Post EPC142050, Download the standalone PC CPU information program (x_cpu.exe) program for LANSA V14 SP2 post EPC142050 here.

If any of the above indicate that you will need new licenses, please go here for steps to request new codes. Requesting License Codes