How to properly stop the Batch server and Accounting Tasks?

By A R  |  16 Nov 2021  |  knowledge base, sageX3, support, 

This post lays down the steps needed for a proper batch server restart process. Follow these steps for an easy, incident less server start.

This post assumes that you have a recent and viable and recent backup in place. If not, you should first prep your back up.

To stop the Sage X3 server, we first stop the Accounting tasks and then deactivate the Batch Server. Starting the Sage X3 server is the same process but in reverse. First, we start the batch server and then start the Accounting tasks.

Stopping Server Steps

To stop the Accounting Tasks:

  • Go to Usage, BATCH SERVER, Accounting Tasks (VALPCE) and select Stop, then Yes and Close page

To deactivate the Batch Server:

  • Go to Usage, BATCH SERVER, Server Deactivation (BATCHSTOP), click Yes and then Ok
  • If you are on V11 or higher, go to Administration, Administration, Endpoints, Batch Server.
    • Select the three dots and select Stop All.

Starting Server Steps

To reactivate the batch server:

  • Go to Usage, BATCH SERVER, Server activation (BATCHSTART), click Yes and then Ok
  • If you are on V11 or higher, go to Administration, Administration, Endpoints, Batch Server.
    • Select the three dots and select Start.

To restart Accounting Task:

  • Go to Usage, BATCH SERVER, Accounting Tasks (VALPCE) and select Run now, then Yes and Close page

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