We are excited to share the official release version of the Sense "App Metadata Analyzer" app!
For a deeper analysis of the application including a demo video, please refer to: https://adminplaybook.qlik-poc.com/docs/asset_management/apps/analyze_app_metadata_analyzer.html
June 2020 Update: In version 2.2.1 and forward of the App Metadata Analyzer, a new Alerting sheet has been added, along with two new variables in the load script. The purpose of this sheet and added capability is to make integration with Qlik Alerting as simple as possible. This new capability and view allows for a Qlik administrator to easily see what applications have breached what thresholds (as well as how many) and be quickly alerted on them. It also allows for the administrator to disable alerts for specific applications and mark others as under review, which might have a different cadence. Please see the attached guide for much more detail and example policies/configurations.
My app meta data analyzer dashboard is not working, i.e it is showing incomplete visualization due to no proper dimensions.
How can i fix that ?
Will this app work with the April 2019 release? I've given it a go but the load fails, I get the following message repeatedly:
"Unexpected character encountered while parsing value: <. Path '', line 0, position 0."
This error appears to occur for each of the "WITH CONNECTION" statements.
I suspect it is to do with the hyphen ("-") in our server name but I don't know how to prove it. The vs_host_and_virtual_proxy_prefix variable evaluates correctly and I connect in other apps to the connector without issue via the REST connector. Any ideas on what is happening?
I have been using it since many months, but it has now stopped working since we moved from Windows Authentication to SAML. It now shows following error.
The following error occurred:
HTTP protocol error 500 (Internal Server Error):
We have 1 Central Node and 4 Rim nodes and we are on Version is September 2019.
I used this app analyzer and very useful
An question that I have is, if an app shows an certain RAM foot print, that means the app takes the RAM just sitting on the server though that app is not consumed by any users or used in any reload tasks?
Can some one please clarify?