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odedko
Contributor II
Contributor II

Using Qliksense with GeoServer on-Premise, no internet connection

Our platform is deployed on-premise, without an internet connection (security reasons).

We have a QlikView server that gets maps from GeoServer, using an OpenLayers extension.

How do we do that with Qlik Sense On-Premise? We do need the geo analytics. Just the ability to connect to our local geoserver.

I tried it with qliksense, but it seems that our geoserver should be available to qlik's cloud...

Any idea?

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danielrozental
Master II
Master II

Are you using Qlik Sense Cloud or Enterprise Edition On Premise? Considering your security concerns probably On Premise makes more sense.

If you add a background layer then you can connect to geoserver using TMS or WMS format.

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Patric_Nordstrom
Employee
Employee

Make sure the internal ge server has a proper certificate and is reachable from the client browser. Most browser blocks mixed http and https content. Use the Javascript console (F12) to find connection problems.

Thanks

Patric

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eronevil
Creator
Creator

Hello,

 

I have samekind case and i wonder did you managed to get it work?

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danielrozental
Master II
Master II

Are you using Qlik Sense Cloud or Enterprise Edition On Premise? Considering your security concerns probably On Premise makes more sense.

If you add a background layer then you can connect to geoserver using TMS or WMS format.

odedko
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Hi Daniel

Thanks for your response.

Yes, its qliksense on premise.

The problem is that we do not succeed in getting the background from geoserver.

Its very unclear how exactly it should be configured in the layer parameters in qliksense.

Thanks

Oded

 

danielrozental
Master II
Master II

Can you try your WMS URL like this? This just worked for me.

https://basemap.nationalmap.gov/arcgis/services/USGSImageryOnly/MapServer/WMSServer

You can also try TMS with a URL like this

http://a.basemaps.cartocdn.com/light_all/{z}/{x}/{y}.png

odedko
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

We already tried something like this with the geoserver wms service. Somehow it refuses to work.

We did not try TMS.

Maybe we should...we will look into it.

Thanks

Oded

 

Patric_Nordstrom
Employee
Employee

Make sure the internal ge server has a proper certificate and is reachable from the client browser. Most browser blocks mixed http and https content. Use the Javascript console (F12) to find connection problems.

Thanks

Patric

eronevil
Creator
Creator

Hello,

 

I have samekind case and i wonder did you managed to get it work?

odedko
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Hi @eronevil 

Yes, we solved it.

After you create a new map chart, go to properties:

Add layer...Background layer

Format: WMS

URL (example): http://192.168.1.2:8082/geoserver/israelWS/wms?service=WMS&version=1.1.0&request=GetMap&layers=Israe...

Then "Save"

Good luck

Oded