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  • #1906
    Shantanu Roy
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    Hi,
    I tried running my test file when calling another script using DoubleUtils.Collection2doubleArray(“”) function and it gives a license error:

    The license is either expired or invalid for the com.numericalmethod.suanshu.license.Package@2b20bf2c package
    com.numericalmethod.suanshu.license.InvalidLicense: The license is either expired or invalid for the com.numericalmethod.suanshu.license.Package@2b20bf2c package
    at com.numericalmethod.suanshu.license.Package.isValidated(bt:319)
    at com.numericalmethod.suanshu.number.DoubleUtils.(fy:82)
    at OrderTest.Variance.value(Variance.java:16)
    at OrderTest.VarianceTest.testValue(VarianceTest.java:11)

    *error pointing at the function

    The original function using the function is okay and have no license error. Can anyone give me some advice on how to get around this? Thanks

    #2121
    Ryu
    Member

    The error message says all… You are using a license that has expired. If you have multiple (old) licenses on the same machine, make sure you delete all of them and use only the latest.

    You can check the expiry date by opening the license file in any text editor.

    #2122
    Shantanu Roy
    Member

    Thanks. Didn’t realize there are license files in the project.

    #2123
    brains4math
    Member

    Is there a new license file? the previous one expired today… :'(

    #2124
    ndgayan
    Member

    how to download license file

    #5641
    ribalco
    Member

    the expiration date is past even after fresh downloading the suanshu .Net package. is there any new release?

    #5642
    Ryu
    Member

    We have updated the free license for suanshu.net for a limited time. Downloading it again from our website will resolve the problem.

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