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How do I get rid of the System Message:

module <DI-Server (DIS)>expired on <20071127>

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 02:11 AM

    Hi Dave,

    You need to update your license file from SAP portal.

    One line in the license file define the expire date for DI Server.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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      No big issue. You only need to stop licensing server and restart the server after your install your new license. The user already logged in can keep working. Only those users not already in may be delayed to log in during these couple of minutes .

      Thanks,

      Gordon

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 03:40 AM

    Hi Dave,

    This message is as a result of the DI server License being automatically included with a new license.

    For customers who do not have a contract for the DI server, the message

    can be ignored and the DI server License will expire 2 weeks after

    being issued. If this message appears for customers who are contracted

    to have the DI server, please contact SAP support center.

    If the message continues to appear, just as Gordon has suggested you

    check the DI server is not selected when updating or requesting the

    License.

    Regards,

    Eleven

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