Upgrading to Jet 2019: Upgrade Jet Analytics

November 20th, 2018 by

Jet AnalyticsThis post is part of the series on Upgrading to Jet 2019.

With the new 2019 version of Jet Analytics installed, the second step is to configure it.

This is done by launching the Jet Data Manager Server. When it launches an activation box will be displayed; select your activation method and click Next:

Jet Data Manager Server - Select Activation Method

Make changes to the Internet Connection Settings if necessary and then click Next:

Jet Data Manager Server - Internet Connection Settings

Enter your license key and click Next:

Jet Data Manager Server - Enter License Key

Click OK on the confirmation dialog:

Partner License confirmation dialog

When product activiation is complete, click Finish:

Jet Data Manager Server - Product Activated

You’ll receive a repository not running message, so click OK:

Warning - The project repository settings are invalid or the repository server is not running.

The Project repository window will be displayed.

Enter the full SQL Server Instance name in the Server name and SSIS Server name fields. In the Database drop-down list, select your Jet repository database.

Click OK to proceed:

Jet Data Manager Server - Project repository

The Update Repository window will popup; change the Backup path to the required folder and click Upgrade:

Jet Data Manager Server - Update Repository

Select the upgrade method of Web service, which will retrieve the required upgrade scripts from Jet:

Jet Data Manager Server - Select Upgrade Method

Once the upgrade is complete, click OK:

Upgrade Repository - The repository has been upgraded to the new version.

You will then be returned to the main Jet Data Manager Server window:

Jet Data Manager Server

I’d recommend opening a project and verifying that you can see everything:

Jet Data Manager Server with project loaded

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