Late this morning, the web host restored the connection to ASE's license manager. This has happened only 3 times since the development and implimentation of the web-based license management system "Sentinel2". It began service in October 2015. Uptime is still above 98%, historically. Nonetheless, ASE/EDI sincerely apologizes for this interruption of service. Your patience was greatly appreciated. -The ASE Team
"License Access Denied" Message
On Sunday, access to the web server's license manager has been interrupted. This is also making access to licenses impossible. We're currently working to resolve the outage as quickly as possible. Please check the website again for updates. We sincerely apologize for this temporary inconvience. -Nick Merchant
Why wait for ASE 2020? ASE Civil 2017 is fully-compatible with Civil CD 2020. A recent discussion with a client raised the question. After checking it out, I realized that I included scalable algorithms in ASE 17 that enable access to 2020 Civil objects! YAY!!!