- YADE Background Service uses a database to store the
- transfer history, i.e. file names, execution status as received, transferred, removed, renamed.
- log files
- YADE Background Service supports the commercial and Open Source DBMS as stated for JobScheduler.
- To successfully connect the YADE Background Service to a database, firewall rules should allow the connection to the operating port of the DBMS.
See How to configure the YADE Background Service for more information.