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Get Client ID in code

Get Client ID in code

Get Client ID in code

Hello, i'm developing a module for Sage 300.
I want to generate my license info, based on Sage 300 Client ID or System Manager Serial Number.
Is there anyway to get that info?

As i remember, some time ago, Sage was saving these info in System Registry. But in latest versions i couldn't get them.

Thank you for your help in advance.

RE: Get Client ID in code

Contact Sage and become a development partner.

Sage 300 Whisperer

RE: Get Client ID in code

Thank you for your answer.
Sorry, but i need to know how can i get my Customers Client ID from the Code (View or UI)?

Our company is already registered as Development partner

RE: Get Client ID in code

You cannot, it is not available in a view or UI.

Sage 300 Certified Consultant

RE: Get Client ID in code

Thank you ettienne,

Is there any other way to get that info from anywhere?

RE: Get Client ID in code

You get it from the Business Partner portal when you lookup your customer.

Sage 300 Whisperer

RE: Get Client ID in code

You can have a look in the SM.LIC file with a hex editor and try to piece together where it stores the company name.

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