Coveo Job Scheduling Service
When starting the CJS service for the first time, the [Text_Analytics_Path]\CJS\ folder and the schedule configuration file (SchedulerConfig.jbf) are automatically created. No text analytics pipeline is registered by default. You can use the TAnGO administration tool to easily create, register, and run text analytics tasks once or at regular time intervals (see Managing Text Analytics Pipeline Configurations).
The CJS service logs information in its own folder. When you register a new task using TAnGO or the command line, the scheduler saves the path of the pipeline configuration file together with other information required to launch the tasks.
You can also start the service in standalone mode. This mode is useful when you build and test your text analytics pipeline in a development environment.
You can start the CJS service in standalone mode from a command prompt, using the following command:
The CJS service console window appears.
Note: The Windows Firewall may block some features of the CJS service. In this case, select your network and then click Allow Access.
Command Line Options
From a command prompt, you can get the list of CJS service command line options by launching the CJS service executable with no arguments:
The following window appears.