A license file from OpenEye Scientific Software is required to run any OpenEye toolkit. A license file can be requested/obtained by contacting OpenEye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At startup, the toolkit looks for a valid license in the following default locations:
In a file specified by the environment variable
In a file named
oe_license.txtin the directory specified by the environment variable
In a file named
oe_license.txtin the user’s platform-specific local OpenEye application data directory. The location of this directory is detailed below:
In a file named
oe_license.txtin the current working directory
License failure results in fatal error. The examples in
OEChemIsLicensedshow how to check if a valid license is available.
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where <toolkit name> is: