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JinX
Contributor
Contributor

Qlik Sense engine connection in React JS

Hello folks

I am developing a React application for my company in which we have the requirement to import some Qlik Sense objects from an app.  I tried to use Enigma.JS but couldn't make it work, so I opted for another approach.  Since it's my first time working with Sense, I followed along this awesome post by  @Francis_Kabinoff 

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-Design-Blog/Using-webpack-with-Capability-APIs/ba-p/1471700

In my index.html file im importing the require.js like so.

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Then I created the config file like this: 

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But for some reason when I start the app I always get the following error:

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I am lost to why this is happening. Any help would be much appreciated

 

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Francis_Kabinoff
Employee
Employee

I think it's because your mashup server is http, not https. Look atthe request for the qlik.js file, it's http:// not https://, and that's probably because in your config, the isSecure is set by checking window.location.protocol. You can try just setting isSecure to true, or try switching your mashup server to https.

Francis_Kabinoff
Employee
Employee

Actually, on second look, your baseUrl you have the "http" hardcoded. Maybe your Qlik Sense server is http, but then is the port correct?