New Features in version 2.3
There are no new features in version 2.3
Fixed Issues in version 2.3
SQL Enterprise Job Manager web console successfully adds instances in the ''FIPS compliant environments'' dashboard.
Status colour Green title SQLENTE-4922
The SQL Enterprise Job Manager repository database is now properly purged when deleting an instance.
Status colour Green title SQLENTE-4775
New Features in version 2.2.1
- SQL Enterprise Job Manager is now integrated with IDERA Dashboard 4.6.
SQL Enterprise Job Manager now allows to edit credentials on a single instance in the Manage SQL Server Instances section of the Administration tab.
Services names are displaying correctly in the warning message that prompts when services are stopped.
New Features in version 2.0
Integration with the IDERA Dashboard
- Version 2.0 allows you to register as many instances of your SQL Enterprise Job Manager with the IDERA Dashboard. The IDERA Dashboard provides a platform of services that allow an integrated user experience across multiple IDERA products.
- SQL Enterprise Job Manager now allows you to chain multiple jobs together with created dependencies so that when one job completes, another job is run. This new feature lets the user create and manage job chains for one server or across multiple servers.
- The new Job Trends option lets users get a graphical representation and the estimated trends for job runtimes and execution counts. Users can choose to see the trends for the most frequent jobs, top failures, longest-running jobs, and highest percentage duration increase.
Instance Specific View
- SQL Enterprise Job Manager now allows users to click any SQL Server instance and access its specific information such as alerts, upcoming jobs, and job history
Job Specific View
- Users can now click any Job and access its specific information such as alerts, upcoming runtimes, and job history.
SQL Enterprise Job Manager 1.1 Daylight Saving Time (DST) considerations
- IDERA recommends that you upgrade your SQL Enterprise Job Manager to version 1.1 to avoid issues with DST changes.
- SQL Enterprise Job Manager 1.0 will run your jobs properly (on the correct scheduled times) after DST (March 8th, 2015), but the Schedule tab may show your jobs scheduled offset by one hour.
Fixed issues in 2.0
When the server running SQL Enterprise Job Manager is rebooted, users will no longer find that the SQL Enterprise Job Manager Collection service has not started.