Query SQL Backup Pro licence status through extended stored procedures?

rd_idrd_id Posts: 2 New member
Hi,

Anyone know if you can query the SQL Backup Pro licence status (Activated, Expired, etc.) through the extended stored procedures?

I can't find any mention of it in the help files or forums, I thought it was possible - but perhaps I'm thinking of LiteSpeed....

Thanks.
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  • Eddie DEddie D Posts: 1,768 Rose Gold 5
    edited December 28, 2018 12:12PM Answer ✓
    Hi, thank you for your forum post.

    You can use the extended stored procedures to query the license status as follows:

    USE master<br>GO<br>DECLARE<br>@LicenseType INT,<br>@Version VARCHAR(20),<br>@SerialNumber VARCHAR(20)<br>EXECUTE master..sqbutility 1021, @LicenseType OUTPUT, @Version OUTPUT, @SerialNumber&nbsp;OUTPUT;<br>SELECT @LicenseType&nbsp; AS 'License Type', @Version AS 'SQB Version', @SerialNumber AS 'Serial Number'

    Where, @LicenseType will be an Integer of one of the following:

    0 - No License trial period as expired.
    1 - Trial License
    2 - Standard Edition license (Standard Edition licenses are no longer available)
    3 - Professional edition license
    6  - Lite Edition License (Lite Edition licenses are no longer available)

    @Version is a varchar returning the version number of the SQBCoreService.exe.
    @SerialNumber is a varchar denoting the license serial number.

    Many Thanks
    Eddie



    Eddie Davis
    Senior Product Support Engineer
    Redgate Software Ltd
    Email: [email protected]

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