Implementing Jet Enterprise: Create Project Repository

Jet ReportsThis post is part of a series of posts on Jet Reports.

The installation of Jet Enterprise leads into the creation of the project repository, which I’m going to cover in this post.

There are a few fields which need to be completed for the project repository to be created.

First, enter the full instance name of the SQL Server which will host the repository database.

Second, either accept or change the Database and click the Create button (I added the Jet prefix to the database name).

Third, enter the full instance name of the SSIS server name.

Fourth, select the authentication method; I’ve selected Windows authentication as the user I am logged in as, is a SQL Server sysadmin.

Click OK to proceed:

Jet Data Manager Server: Project Repository

The next step is to create the project, which I will cover in the next post.

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