Unless PA has changed in the last couple of months you go to software downloads and find your product then expand it (details link?) and expand the assembly (components or some like link?) and you get a list of parts. If you have an AU license then look for the RPG & COBOL Tools Activation Kit and when you cursor over it there was a download action that lights up on the right side. Just click on that and download it. Unless you have Java configured for you browser just go for the HTTP download I would say.
Mike Hockings, M.Eng.
IBM Rational Developer for System z and Power Systems Software Technical Support
IBM Canada Ltd. Laboratory
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From: WDSCI-L <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Jim Oberholtzer <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 09:53
To: Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client for System i & iSeries <wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [WDSCI-L] RDi keys
The new Passport (Dis) Advantage site is, well awful, as bad as the old
site was, at least you could find things this new one, lots of marketing,
no actual data.
I managed to download RDi for my new MAC. While ones you find it, it's
easy, but finding where to get the key file so it can be entitled, nope.
So does the java code that used to put the key into RDi download with it,
or do we get it separately (like before).
Why does this have to be hard?
Chief Technical Architect
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