Quickbooks database server updating
After that when your data becomes corrupted or showing any error during to open it, then you can restores all the data from the earlier day’s backup.Everyone knows the importance of backing up your financial data.First you have to download their free trial version and try to repair your file, displays the preview, after that you are ready to access your data as well as save too.I am working with a client (accounting) and we have moved all of their (client's) quickbooks data from a workstation with the full version of quickbooks to a windows 2008 server.How to get rid from this problem: Here are available some method to resolve the problem.
Under services on the W2008Server, there are 3 distinct entries for the Quickbooks database server (I assume.) They are listed as Quickbooks DB19, Quickbooks DB20, and Quickbooks DB22.
I don't think you can have more than one version, and that is what you are seeing. Do not permit local files any more, or confusion may reign. Go to Quick Books, File, Host Multi User Access and turn this OFF (uncheck it). Your post did make me wonder if running the update for QB2011 (latest version installed) might update the database. And while I realize you shouldn't have to, why not just install the full version of 2009 on the server?
Back to your first post: Since you are now using a Server and the Server Manager, be absolutely certain that on each client workstation Host Multi User access is OFF. The 2009 version didn't and possibly couldn't because the newer installation removed the older version (if it is indeed backward compatible.) Worst that happens is it'll say that it can't find it.
If it displays the data of Quick Books file in its preview, then it means your file has been repaired and to save the recovered data you need to activate the full version of the software.
From any other issues if these above methods are not works properly.In turn, the problem occurs when the firewall blocks the incoming and outgoing communication with the company file.