No DB bundled with the application error in the logs while starting from windows services

No DB bundled with the application error in the logs while starting from windows services

When not able to start the application from the windows services and it runs in the CMD fine without any issues.

After checking the logs you will find the error trace as "NO DB BUNDLED WITH THE APPLICATION".

If the database is MSSQL please follow the below steps,

Go to /ManageEngine/ME/SupportCenter/server/default/conf --> Edit the file "nms-service.xml" and look for parameter ""StartDBServer".

If it set to "TRUE" change it to "FALSE".

Attached screenshot for better understanding,
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