Time Matters “Database Not Found”

Typically this is because it is pointed to the wrong database. I’ve also had instances where the installation was corrupted and after a reinstall it would blank out the Main SQL Server causing this error message. Here is how I resolved the issue.

First, enter the Set File Locations Utility. This can be done by adding the “/s” switch on the Time Matters shortcut, See screenshot below.
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Second, Create New File Location. See screenshot below for reference. Delete the Main Office Location after successful creation of new file location.
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Launch Time Matters and you should have the login screen, but if the problem persists, I’d recommend verifying the settings on another workstation.

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