How should I interpret the <LicPoolingIsEnabled> XML tag that is returned in the SOAP message? I have seen a number of unsigned values and so I'm not convinced its just a boolean value. It seems that values like "2", "3", etc. reflect additional information. Possibly how many servers are in the license pool? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Re: Querying for Unity License Information Programmatically
The license pooling should be treated as 0 or empty as being off and any other value as being on - from a client side it simply means it's sharing licenses in the pool - details about the other servers involved in the pool have to be fetched from the location objects elsewhere, that is not reflected in the license file XML blob you get back.
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