This post is part of the series on Upgrading to Jet 2019.
After completing the configuration of Jet Analytics 2019, I discovered that the Jet Data Manager Scheduler was not running:
I was also unable to start the service:
This was puzzling, what with the previous version not having been a problem when I installed it. However, there was only a few small steps required to get it running:
- Grant access to SQL server for the Domain account which will be running the service.
- Change the service account running the service to the required Domain account.
- Log into the server running Jet Reports using the service account login and then configure Jet Data Manager again.
Once you’ve done this, the service should be correctly running.
|Upgrading to Jet 2019|
|What’s New In Jet Analytics 2019|
|Install Jet Analytics|
|Upgrade Jet Analytics|
|Start Jet Analytics Service|
|What’s New In Jet Reports 2019|
|Upgrade Jet Reports|