Toad For Oracle Commercial 10.1.1.8
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Sorry but I've determined it's a permissions issue. If you go to 'File', click on 'Open', select 'okay', you should be able to see the.toad folder. Double click on the.toad folder. There should be a 'Change Permissions' prompt. Allow read/write for everyone, or add your user account. From: mailto: On Behalf Of emackin296 Sent: August 02, 2010 11:36 To: Subject: toad Re: Re-enter Toad license info Message from: emackin296 Sent: August 10, 2010 16:50 To: Subject: toad license info I just found this thread, and I had the same issue. After I updated, Toad was still looking for my license info, so I had to re-enter it to install the program. I had the same problem with the version of Toad. When I got the program just now, Toad was looking for the license info, but I forgot who I gave my information to. I re-entered my license info, and it worked, and the program was installed.Christopher I'm having the same issue. Loggin the license info in order to install the program is a big pain for me so I actually got a license for the commercial version of Toad. However, certain aspects of Toad make it unsuitable for me: 1) I tend to have many different documents created by more than one person in a session (i.e., I might have a new sales proposal, an executive summary, an analysis of current and projected sales scenarios, etc. I usually run the documents through a TDE template or co-author them myself). It's in that context that I have multiple licenses in one session and the customer license does not protect those documents from being overwritten or deleted.
It sounds like a permissions problem. You may need to open up Admin. right click on the Toad folder, select properties, then permissions. And then give the.toad folder read and write permissions. From: mailto: On Behalf Of edoskrisps Sent: August 02, 2010 12:57 To: Subject: toad Re: Re-enter Toad license info Message from: edoskrisps I am using the free version. I am seeing this message for my demo license.
I love being geeky. I really do. However, I don't want to have to end up putting in multiple batches of 10, 20, 30 consecutive license info. I know I could select for it to just download the next license info file in that folder, but I don't want it to look for that. Is there a registry entry that Oracle could manipulate to make it download and load new license info without making it look for it? Or, is there a way to not have Oracle launch CFW off auto-load license info without initially having CFW installed? I'm beginning to think I may have to format my computer this time. 7211a4ac4a