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I am having a machine on which I am building my project. Output of this project has a several gtest unit test exe files.  I want to launch them afterwards via jenkins agent.
If i run the exe files manually it works fine.
My jenkins agent is running under my user (confirmed by whoami) but its reporting that the license is not a server linces.
Would a server license be needed for this use case ?
Is this usage against the free license? I could not find anything in the license forbiding this.
asked by rob15 (610 points)

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Hi Rob,

Yes, in order to run your tests under a server you will need to purchase a server license.
The free license is for local use, therefore you see it works on your local machine and fails in Jenkins.

Would you be interested on purchasing a server license?

Alon Sapozhnikov
Typemock Team

answered by Alon_TypeMock (8.8k points)
Hi Alon,

I wouldn't think this is running under a server, as its all built and executed on a single machine all under the same user. Just the trigger comes from a jenkins agent.
Is this something that is actively monitored and blocked by the Isolator++?
Could you point me to the license section where this usage is forbidden?
The minimum license for this would come at 5700$ for every year of usage right?

Thanks for the asnwers!

Hi Rob,

Yes, it is monitored and blocked by Isolator++ to the basic free edition of Isolator++.
Of course, here is the link to the relevant page:
As for the pricing, this information will be provided from our Sales department, they will contact you asap.

Alon Sapozhnikov.
Typemock Team.