- 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 What protocol and port have to be opened between JADE Client and JADE Background Service? for more information.