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Where do I find my Crowd server ID if I can't start Crowd

Hello, I need to test an upgrade of my database on my development Crowd instance but my trial license has expired. I need to get a new trial license, but in order to do so I need the Crowd Server ID. I can't follow the steps to get it because it requires Crowd to be up. How can I get this ID without being able to start the Crowd server?

I noticed that my Jira license allows me to have a developer license. I didn't see an option for that for Crowd; otherwise, that would probably work.

Thanks,

Byron Douglas

 

 

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This was a duplicate question. Bruno V. answered this previously:

The server ID can be found in <crowd.home>/shared/crowd.cfg.xml

<property name="crowd.server.id">XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX</property>

Where <crowd.home> is the path you configured in crowd-webapp/WEB-INF/classes/crowd-init.properties when installing Crowd

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