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ashwin_r
Contributor III
Contributor III

Internet access for Geo-Analytics

Hi,

Can we implement Geo-Analytics on a Server which does not have internet access

Thanks,

Ashwin

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Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi Ashwin.R,

That's what Jonas is effectively suggesting, the geoanalytics enterprise server gives you an on-premise version of the server with full copies of the maps and geoanalytics database. Once implemented this means you have the full Qlik Geoanalytics experience without needing internet access. If you think there is another way to just download the entire map data and somehow serve it up instead I'm keen to understand how you would do that.

Regards,

Rod

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Jonas_Karlsson
Employee
Employee

Hi,

In order to get a full offline experience, you´ll need a QGA Enterprise server.

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Regards,

Jonas Karlsson 

Qlik

ashwin_r
Contributor III
Contributor III
Author

Thanks Jonas,

But I think that we can also do it by downloading the entire map data once in a server.

Regards,

Ashwin.R

Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi Ashwin.R,

That's what Jonas is effectively suggesting, the geoanalytics enterprise server gives you an on-premise version of the server with full copies of the maps and geoanalytics database. Once implemented this means you have the full Qlik Geoanalytics experience without needing internet access. If you think there is another way to just download the entire map data and somehow serve it up instead I'm keen to understand how you would do that.

Regards,

Rod