Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata


The information from this article applies to PostgreSQL releases before 9.1, see How can JobScheduler run with PostgreSQL 9-1 and newer?


If you receive the error

then the parameter standard_conforming_strings is turned on.

This parameter is turned on by default since PostgreSQL 9.1.

The JobScheduler expected at the time that this parameter is turned off.
We will change this behaviour, see JS-781 - "SCHEDULER-451 Database check failed, database is not useable" for Postgres if the parameter "standard_conforming_strings" is turned on Released

Until that happens, you can change the value of standard_conforming_strings in the postgresql.conf file or only for the JobScheduler user via following SQL: