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What is the dj800license.jar file used for in PDI v9?

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I have installed Pervasive Data Integrator version 9 on a linux OS. Can you tell me what the dj800license.jar file and xerces.jar is used for in the framework? TIA.

set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;%DJ_LIB%\dj800license.jar

set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;%DJ_LIB%\xerces.jar

 
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I would have thought that the license.jar file is to preserve the licensing of the software. Xerces? There's probably xml used in the app
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Incidentally, you probably know this, but those are Windows paths you posted so won't work in Linux
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Yes, thanks. I posted the wrong paths. But when you say "preserve the licensing of the software", do you mean that the framework checks that jar file to see if a current license is being used?
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I'd guess so.
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