After changing the mode, I reset the sense services.
To date, we had been working in standard mode and managed to reproduce the directory handling we had in QlikView in QlikSense standard mode using the names of the documents.
We have to automate importing, publishing and assigning custom properties using the external Qlik-cli library which works very well and the idea was to be able to dynamically arm PowerShell commands from a qlikSense app.
But it is very likely that what you mentioned is happening to us, since we have many documents using standard mode connections.
I am going to see if I can get to test in some virtual machine if the problem is in the connections that we have today defined in standard mode.
How are you connecting to the database? Using the build in Qlik ODBC connector package? It is blocking all non SELECT statements as default. You will need to configure it to allow other queries as well.