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msandoval17
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Qlik Sense embedded app without token?

Hi All,

The basic question is can you embed a Qlik Sense app behind a secure web portal where the end user does need a token?

4 Replies

Re: Qlik Sense embedded app without token?

Not to my knowledge with the standard licensing.  Qlik may have some sort of special OEM license that would allow that, I'm not sure.  If you think you may have a special case that might qualify for an alternative licensing mechanism & pricing, check with your Qlik Rep to see what's possible. You will pay no matter what

-Rob

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julian_rodrigue
Valued Contributor

Re: Qlik Sense embedded app without token?

As Rob says, you should ask for the Qlik Analytics Platform (QAP), to do something like this

Qlik Analytics Platform ‒ Qlik Sense

Re: Qlik Sense embedded app without token?

Julian,

Does the QAP license allow for serving app objects created in the Sense Client? eg Mashup? Or does all the viz have to be custom created?

-Rob

julian_rodrigue
Valued Contributor

Re: Qlik Sense embedded app without token?

Hello Rob

The short answer is yes and no. Yes for the Qlik Dev Hub, and no for the Qlik Sense Client.

The application development cycle for QAP deployment includes creating a Qlik Sense application using QSE, developing a web application using javascript, and deploying the Qlik Sense application and web application to their respective production environments (QSE app to QAP server and web app to host application web server).

In other words:

•Author visualizations in lower environment using the Hub in Qlik Sense

•Author mashup in lower environment using Dev Hub in Qlik Sense or IDE of your choice

•Migrate application and mashup code to production

•Users consume embedded analytics

•Qlik Sense® Enterprise Test license key(s) required for Non-Production Site(s)

•QAP license key required for Production Site

My guess is that if the user wants to combine QSE and QAP (to get the hub, mashup editor, self-service tools and data manager capabilites), he should purchase some QSE tokens for the developers, and the QAP for the final users that don't need tokens.

This presentation contains more detailed information about this:

Qlik Analytics Platform -Product Presentation - Powered by Kayako Help Desk Software

Best regards

Julian