Bartender System Service Not Present Or Running S’abonner

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I am trying to run the system database and get a message that the 'Bartender System Service' is not running and to check. I did check and the service is not present. Was it supposed to be set up during install? I do intend to specify a separate SQL db for the system db and librarian, but have not been asked for that info yet. This BTender(10.0) is installed on WinXp and I am a local admin. DG

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If the service itself isn’t there then you should do the following:
 
1.    Open a Command Prompt window (DOS).
 
2.    Change directory to the folder where .NET Framework is installed (e.g. c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727")
 
3.    Use the "installutil" tool to add the service:
 
installutil /name="BarTender System Service" "C:\Program Files\Seagull\BarTender Suite\BtSystem.Service.exe"
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We just installed BarTender 10.10 SR3 and we are getting the same error.

 

I can see the BarTender file (BtSystem.Service.exe) in the BarTender folder and the ( installutil.exe ) file in the v4.032319 folder 

 

I used your script with the path to my version of the files and windows return and error message that it can't find the btsystem.service.exe file ???????

 

I have admin rights to my PC but not the network. could that be an issue ?

 

All of the files are stored on the local C drive and I have internet access.

 

The Following is the text script I'm using to try to install the bartender service.

 

 

 

NEED TO INSTALL Bartender System Service
 
Use program installutil.exe
 
 
Open a CMD window.
 
At the command prompt enter 
 
    CD C:\Windows\Microsoft.Net\Framework64\v4.0.30319
 
hit enter
 
 
At the command prompt enter
 
    installutil.exe /name= "BarTender System Service" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Seagull\BarTender Suite\BtSystem.Service.exe"
 
hit enter
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hwelte@costco.com: I'm guessing here...  Currently BarTender is a 32 bit application only, so try this only from the "Framework" folder path rather than the "Framework64" directory.  Also, we don't yet support .NET v4.0 so run this from that older framework folder instead, like in my example, although I'm not sure if that'll make a difference without trying it myself.

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I have a similar issue, except I have no Commander Service running. I can print labels when commander runs as an application, but the option to run it as a service is grayed out. The service also does not exist in the list of Windows Services.

 

The Bartender installation is licensed and activated.

 

Thank you.

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pmayevsky: Open up a command prompt window, change directory to where BarTender/Commander is installed and type the following command: cmdrsrv.exe \register

 

If that doesn't help try this method which is again from the command prompt window:

 

sc.exe create "Commander Service" binPath= "C:\Program Files (x86)\Seagull\BarTender Suite\cmdrsrv.exe"
 
On an x86 system the command would be:
 
sc.exe create "Commander Service" binPath= "C:\Program Files\Seagull\BarTender Suite\cmdrsrv.exe"
 
 
(Note: Be sure to retain the space after the “binPath= ” parameter.) 
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Worked like a charm. :)

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Hello, in dependencies in Bartender local services  (Bartender 2019 R5) I have no SQL Server (Bartender). But SQL Server (Bartender) is installed and it is running - I see it.

Thanks for your help

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