SQL Doc: expired, edition standard message when running from scheduler
I have a DOS/BAT windows command file that executes a SQLDOC command on a server where I have installed and licensed a copy of the SQLDOC product. When I log onto the server and execute the BAT file, it executes and creates the documentation without any trouble. When I try to execute the exact same BAT file from the scheduler, it gives an error message: SQL Doc: expired, edition standard SQL Doc 3 V126.96.36.1993 message and the process errs out. The scheduler does use a different user, but the error seems to be related to the licensing. Is this some how licensed to the user and not the machine? When I ran tests with a trial license I had the same issue, and I deactivated my toolbelt license and used it on the server temporarily to make sure it would work, and that worked fine. So we purchased the SQLDOC license, and now I am back to the problem of SQLDOC thinking my license is expired.
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