Updating the sid for sas

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For older versions of SAS that are no longer being distributed in Software Downloads, the new SID file and renewal documentation can be obtained by contacting the ITS Service Desk at 617.373.4357 (x HELP).

Applying your JMP license will be different based on whether you are installing for the first time or renewing a license.

A couple of days later it occurred to me that I might not have performed the update of the SID file in metadata.

That prompted the obvious question: how do I check the status of my license file in metadata?

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This document is intended for SAS users, and provides instructions for obtaining a SAS SID/Setinit.

If the last redo data was not transmitted to the standby database, you can manually copy the archived redo log file containing the redo data from the original primary database to the old standby database and register it with the SQL view.

Check the ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE '/disk1/oracle/oradata/payroll/t_db2.log' to 'dummy'; alter database rename file '/disk1/oracle/oradata/payroll/t_db2.log' to 'dummy' * ERROR at line 1: ORA-01511: error in renaming log/datafiles ORA-01270: RENAME operation is not allowed if STANDBY_FILE_MANAGEMENT is auto If the output of the query does not help you, check the following list of possible issues.In most cases, following the steps described in Chapter 7 will result in a successful switchover.However, if the switchover is unsuccessful, the following sections may help you to resolve the problem: view to see if the last redo data transmitted from the original primary database was applied on the standby database.More recently, many SAS solutions require an additional step which updates the license information in metadata.The license information is stored in metadata so that middle-tier applications can access it in order to check whether the license is valid.

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