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Matlab borrow products for simulink code generation

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Longwen Qin
Longwen Qin on 17 Feb 2020
Commented: Fangjun Jiang on 18 Feb 2020
I'm using Matlab enterprise license and need to borrow products/license to work in case internet connection is not available.
When there is a internet connection, everything works fine. But when I go to offline, I have an issue with the code generation feature in Simulink. Although I have borrowed several products (please see the list in attached screenshot), still I don't have the code generation option in Simulink. Does anyone know which toolbox/license should be also involved and borrowed?
Thanks a lot!

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 17 Feb 2020
Go through your tasks when there is an internet connection, then run license('inuse') to find out what are needed. You may also utilize license('test'), license('checkout')

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Longwen Qin
Longwen Qin on 17 Feb 2020
Hello Fangjun,
thanks a lot for your tips.
When I generated the code with internet connection and run license('inuse'), it shows matlab, matlab_coder, real-time_workshop, robotics_system_toolbox, rtw_embedded_coder, simulink, stateflow. I think all of these toolbox are actually already included in my borrow list,right? I attached here another screenshot here to show I even didn't have the option in Simulink for code generation when offline.
Thanks
Longwen Qin
Longwen Qin on 17 Feb 2020
When I use "license checkout" offline to check the toolbox/licenses I borrowed, it appeares the following error, but for matlab, simulink, stateflow or robotics_system_toolbox I didn't get any error. That should be the reason why I don't have code generation option, since check license for matlab_coder, simulink_coder and embedded_coder are failed. Now my question is why I got these missing license error, even I already borrowed the licenses.
Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 18 Feb 2020
I guess you shall double check to see if all the borrowed licenses are "borrowed" properly. Another tip is to run "ver -support", scroll to the most right, you can see the license number of each toolbox.

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