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When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

New_Table:

LOAD * Inline

[Country, Region, Sales

SWE, EUR, 3.7

BEL, EUR, 0.4

NOR, EUR, 3.7

JAP, ASA, 3.6

CHN, ASA, 5.6

USA, NOA, 10.2];

STORE New_Table into "lib://a/File2.qvd";

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Re: When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

If lib:\\a is really a valid path try this:

STORE New_Table into lib:\\a\File2.qvd (qvd);

If not use something like D:\data\....

- Marcus

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Re: When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

Hello Philippe -

This does not sound right - I took your code and pasted it into the Data Load editor of Qlik Sense and it worked for me without any issue:

I attached the created QVD and the sample .QVF file.

See screenshots.

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Mike T

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Folder Data Connection named "a"

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Mike Tarallo
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Re: When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

I am running Qlik Sense in vmware fusion. so maybe there is an issue with the VM software.

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Re: When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

I have identified the root cause.

It is a folder stored in a network path

\\vmware-host\Shared Folders\Win7 Shared\Dropbox\BIPB\Project\UAB\DQ\Qvds\

If I move the network folder on the desktop and modifying the data connection accordingly it works.

But I cannot make it work with a network path

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Re: When I execute a store command qliksense create a file that fill the entire disk?

Hi Philippe - as long as the machine running Desktop has access / security rights to the UNC Share / network path, it should work - check out the attached video: unc_video.mp4.

let me know how you do. You are probably experiencing a permissions issue.

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Mike T

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Mike Tarallo
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