Activation Codes

 
 

 
 

Emergency Activation Codes

If your site is in disaster recovery, performing disaster recovery testing or otherwise in need of emergency product activation you can download a 7 day z/XDC activation key here.

If you are having trouble with this form or if you are in need of longer codes please contact Wendie Wyant at wendie@colesoft.com or call 540-456-8210.

Please fill out the form below, press submit, and your 7 day activation codes will be emailed to address provided.

Company Name*[?]Company Name
Please try to use the company name shown in the z/XDC License Addendum or from a LCD previously generated by ColeSoft.
Customer ID*
Installer's Full Name* Installer's Email*
Telephone Number* XDC Release*


Main Company Address
Street Address 1*
Address 2
City*
State/Province*
Zip/Postal Code* Country*


Installation Site Address

Street Address 1*
Address 2
City*
State/Province*
Zip/Postal Code* Country*


CPU 1* [?]Required CPU information
CPU model and serial numbers can be retrieved via the D M=CPU operator command. This command displays 10 digit number that is a combination of the serial and model numbers. This value is shown under the SERIAL heading.

Our SER# field requires the 4 lo-order digits of the output's first 6 digits.

The last 4 digits of the 10 digit output are the model number. Enter these digits into our TYPE field.
Type*
SER#*
CPU 2 [?]Required CPU information
CPU model and serial numbers can be retrieved via the D M=CPU operator command. This command displays 10 digit number that is a combination of the serial and model numbers. This value is shown under the SERIAL heading.

Our SER# field requires the 4 lo-order digits of the output's first 6 digits.

The last 4 digits of the 10 digit output are the model number. Enter these digits into our TYPE field.
Type
SER#
CPU 3 [?]Required CPU information
CPU model and serial numbers can be retrieved via the D M=CPU operator command. This command displays 10 digit number that is a combination of the serial and model numbers. This value is shown under the SERIAL heading.

Our SER# field requires the 4 lo-order digits of the output's first 6 digits.

The last 4 digits of the 10 digit output are the model number. Enter these digits into our TYPE field.
Type
SER#
CPU 4 [?]Required CPU information
CPU model and serial numbers can be retrieved via the D M=CPU operator command. This command displays 10 digit number that is a combination of the serial and model numbers. This value is shown under the SERIAL heading.

Our SER# field requires the 4 lo-order digits of the output's first 6 digits.

The last 4 digits of the 10 digit output are the model number. Enter these digits into our TYPE field.
Type
SER#
Sysplex 1*
CAP* [?]CAP Number
Any value from 1 to 9999 can be specified for the CAP.

Sysplex*
Sysplex 2
CAP [?]CAP Number
Any value from 1 to 9999 can be specified for the CAP.

Sysplex
Sysplex 3
CAP [?]CAP Number
Any value from 1 to 9999 can be specified for the CAP.

Sysplex
Sysplex 4
CAP [?]CAP Number
Any value from 1 to 9999 can be specified for the CAP.

Sysplex


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