Unlike DS-5, before the IDE opens, if no license file information exists, Arm Development Studio prompts you to get or enter a license file, and select a tools edition. This activity describes how to add an existing license server.
Add a license to Arm Development Studio:
- Open Arm DS IDE <version>.
If no product license information exists for Arm Development Studio, you see the following dialog:
Note: You can skip adding a license to Arm Development Studio by clicking Skip. If you do so, some of the Arm Development Studio IDE functionality will be unavailable. You can add a license to Arm Development Studio in the future by navigating to the Arm License Manager (Window > Preferences > Arm DS > Product Licenses). This activity assumes adding a license to Arm Development Studio is not skipped.
- Select Add product license and click Next.
- Under License Server, enter the license server port and address.
- Click Next.
- Select the appropriate Arm Development Studio edition from the provided list.
Note: Only editions enabled by the license file will be made available.
- Click Next and then click Finish.
Changes to Arm Development Studio license(s) are done through Help > Arm License Manager or Window > Preferences > Arm DS > Product Licenses.
Note: Consult the Arm Compiler Licensing Configuration page for details on how to configure your Arm Compiler license.