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The INVNODE license key error is generated when the DMExpress license key used to install DMExpress or run the applykey utility does not contain a license key for the node on which it is being applied, as identified in the message.
To resolve this error, verify whether the license key file contains a license key for the node name of the system where the key is being applied, and either run the applykey utility if it does, or obtain and apply a new key if it doesn't.
The error (INVNODE) the license key (<key>) is not valid for node <nodename> is generated when the DMExpress license key file being used does not contain a license key for the node on which it is being applied, as identified in the message. Node-specific DMExpress license keys can only be used on the node for which they were generated.
Resolve the INVNODE error as follows:
In the following example DMExpress license key file (with the actual license key masked out with x’s), note the node name node_u1 enclosed in quotes in the line that starts with # DMExpress:
# The following line is REQUIRED and must be the first line in license key file.
# DMExpress 07/01/2011 12/02/2013 "node_u1" "x86_64" 16 * * 13324 224 1024 0 0 0 99.99.99 * X999-1
xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx
Note that the comment line above the key is informational only, and editing it does not affect the key.
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