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jobmatix_jobtracking:getting_started [2016/12/06 06:41]
azmin [2. Creating and Setting-up the JobTracking Database]
jobmatix_jobtracking:getting_started [2016/12/06 06:43]
azmin [Download JobMatix & SQL Server Express]
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 ===== Download JobMatix & SQL Server Express ===== ===== Download JobMatix & SQL Server Express =====
  
-[[Download Here]]+[[http://​www.jobmatix.com.au/​downloads/​ | Download Here]] 
  
 ==== 1.  Windows User Access to SQL-Server ==== ==== 1.  Windows User Access to SQL-Server ====
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   * c) After the SQL login, the JobMatix splash screen will appear. ​ In Admin  mode, this screen will offer two command buttons (“Create” and “Restore“). ​ (Note: Any existing JobTracking databases on the connected server will be  listed in a drop-down combo box, however, for most users, only one such  database will be hosted, and so this list will be empty.) ​ Click on Create new  Jobs DB to begin  setting up the database for your business. ​ The “JobMatix Setup” form will  be displayed.   * c) After the SQL login, the JobMatix splash screen will appear. ​ In Admin  mode, this screen will offer two command buttons (“Create” and “Restore“). ​ (Note: Any existing JobTracking databases on the connected server will be  listed in a drop-down combo box, however, for most users, only one such  database will be hosted, and so this list will be empty.) ​ Click on Create new  Jobs DB to begin  setting up the database for your business. ​ The “JobMatix Setup” form will  be displayed.
  
-  * d) Enter the details for the business on the first tab of the form.. ​ Most of this is quite straightforward.. ​ However, there are four fields ​ that are tied into the identity of the database and the Licence, and can not be easily changed at a later date. These are:  State, Postcode, ABN and the Business “short name”. +  * d) Enter the details for the business on the first tab of the form.. ​ Most of this is quite straightforward.. ​ However, there are four fields ​ that are tied into the identity of the database and the Licence, and can not be easily changed at a later date. These are:  State, Postcode, ABN and the Business “short name”. This “short name” is a short token (max 16 chars) which the user  can select as a recognisable short version of the full business name, and which will be  used as part of the unique SQL database name which will be created for this JobTracking installation. (The remaining tab panels can be set up later as needed.)
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-This “short name” is a short token (max 16 chars) which the user  can select as a recognisable short version of the full business name, and which will be  used as part of the unique SQL database name which will be created for this  JobTracking installation. (The remaining tab panels can be set up later as needed.)+
  
   * e) Click on OK to create when you are sure that all the details are correct. ​ The new  database will be created, and a create-log will be written and stored in the  current directory (the JobMatix3 install directory, or wherever your  user path is currently set at). You should keep this log file as it  contains information that will be used for issuing a JobMatix User  Licence.// __Note: that if you create the database with wrong  ABN or ShortName then you will need to use SQL Server tools  (ie osql.exe or Management Studio or Enterprise Manager) to delete the database, since JobMatix currently does not have this  facility.__//​   * e) Click on OK to create when you are sure that all the details are correct. ​ The new  database will be created, and a create-log will be written and stored in the  current directory (the JobMatix3 install directory, or wherever your  user path is currently set at). You should keep this log file as it  contains information that will be used for issuing a JobMatix User  Licence.// __Note: that if you create the database with wrong  ABN or ShortName then you will need to use SQL Server tools  (ie osql.exe or Management Studio or Enterprise Manager) to delete the database, since JobMatix currently does not have this  facility.__//​
jobmatix_jobtracking/getting_started.txt · Last modified: 2016/12/06 06:43 by azmin