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Upgrading to Jet 2019: Upgrade Jet Reports
November 26th, 2018 by Ian Grieve
This post is part of the series on Upgrading to Jet 2019.
Earlier in this series, I did an upgrade of Jet Analytics; in this post, I am going to upgrade Jet Reports (formerly known as Jet Professional, and before that Jet Essentials).
To upgrade Jet Reports, download Jet Reports 2019:
Extract the downloaded zip file and run the Jet Setup.exe in the 1 – Jet Reports – REQUIRED folder:
Enter your Activation Code and click Next:
Select All Components and click Next:
I have deselected the Jet Hub option as I don;t have this installed on my demo environment; click Next:
I usually opt to run services under a domain account, but Jet recommend that the Jet Service Tier run as NETWORK SERVICE (when I did try to run it as a domain account, it didn’t work).
Click Next to proceed:
Enter the full SQL Server Instance name, choose the authentication method and set the Database name and click Next:
I have opted to Upgrade the existing database so as to preserve the settings, and to make a database backup. Click Next:
Check, and update if necessary, the Jet Service Tier Host and Port and click Next:
Click Yes on the upgrade message; once you’ve clicked yes and performed the upgrade all client machines will need to be updated before they can use Jet Reports:
Click Install to begin the installation:
Once the installation is finished, close the window. All client machines will need the client components installed before they can use Jet Reports.
|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|