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To run your application, you will need a valid Chameleon license. To ensure that your license is valid, you must do one of the following:
The ChameleonLicense utility is included with the Chameleon runtime environment, and is located in the directory in which the runtime environment is installed. To check your license using the ChameleonLicense utility, run the ChameleonLicense command with no command-line arguments, as shown below:
If you do not have a valid Chameleon license, follow the procedure described in Getting a Permanent Chameleon License to obtain a valid license. You can use ChameleonLicense to activate the license, as shown below:
Here, the --code argument specifies your iNTERFACEWARE license, and --expiry specifies the expiry date of your license (in YYYYMMDD format).
When your valid license is in place and your Chameleon runtime environment is installed, you should be able to run your 64-bit Windows application without difficulty.