Yesterday i actvated catalyst 30 subscription and beside this i've 1 hour on-demand too. Tomorow i need for catalyst 30 but i can not change to this. What is the problem?I thought that I can make decision which catalyst levels i would like to use it. The catalyst 30 is activated I checked in TMM, naturally.
Thanks for Your help, Bela
Greetings Béla, You should be able to use your Catalyst 30 license so long as it is current, and so long as you don't also have a current Catalyst 1 On Demand license active. Catalyst's license logic is that it will always give you the best possible performance based on the current active licenses associated to the user.
The only reason that you would not get CAT-30 performance is if:1) You don't have a current CAT-30 license assigned to your username
2) You do have a current CAT-30 license, but you also simultaneously have a current CAT-1 or CAT-10 assigned to you from another account (or you still have an active On Demand session running).
Here below, you can see my TMM screen, where I have a Catalyst 30 subscription and I am also a member of my on On Demand pool. My current license is shown in the Subscription tile, and as you can see this is Catalyst 30.
When I start an On Demand session, I am assigned a 1 hour license to Catalyst 1. This overrides my Catalyst 30 license for the next hour, after that time it will automatically revert back to my default Catalyst 30 license.
Thank You Gareth! It is clear. No need to start (to tap) the catalyst 30 just the on-demand hour if it needed.Wish you the Best, Bela
I have a question regarding Catalyst on Demand offline use. My field crews are typically working offline in a remote area and don't have access to internet or cellular signal. In your message above you state the following: "If you need a longer duration, you can load multiple licenses at once and they will extend the duration of your session. " How does this work offline. Do you end up downloading four (4) individual 1-hour licenses that can be consumed as separate 1-hour session as needed throughout the day or is it a 4-hour license block that starts counting down as soon as you start the session? I'm evaluating Catalyst on Demand for our units, but we constantly work at remote sites so any insight that you can provide would be helpful.
The On Demand tool in the Trimble Mobile Manager (TMM) app permits a user to claim a series of hours by extending the current license - but these are not inidivudal 1-hour licenses. The way our license system works is that the user has a single license, and the expiry date/time is extended a further hour with each additional hour claimed. It is not possible to pause or break apart the individual hours into separate licenses.
For your use case, I would suggest drawing down a number of hours at a time in the morning prior to heading into the field (while you still have internet access), or alternatively a monthly or annual subscription - which can be operated in an offline mode for up to 30 days at a time.
It would be nice in the next version of Catalyst to be able to "pause" the cm level say for up to 30 minutes while the user
is traveling a long distance between points. Just a suggestion.