26 March 2013
Now there is no such a property. Could you please describe a scenario when you need it?
- Why don’t you know how many processes you have run?
- You can use CPU cores in shared mode. In this mode any number of processes can be run (the detailes can be found in Help > Index > SharedCPUCoresMode). Is it suitable for your task?
If you need to do something when there are no more free licenses, you can process the corresponding exception.
In the license manager you can see a square to the left of the serial number – it can also be helpful. It shows whether the license is currently in use:
The green square means that the license is not in use now, all available CPU cores are free. The license can be used for processing.
The red and green square means that the license is in use, but there are some free CPU cores. Some recognition processes can be run with this license.
The red square means that the license is in use, all available CPU cores are busy. No more recognition processes can be run with this license.