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mohitd910
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Workbanch, Server and publisher in qliksense

Hi have create a app in qliksense server hub. now i want to publish this app on internet using workbanch, pubisher , server .

Please suggest me how i can do it . please suggest as step by step what i have to do .if able then give example please   ????

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MVP
MVP

Re: Workbanch, Server and publisher in qliksense

HI Mohit,

Every user that accesses objects from your Qlik Sense app will need to have an access token, and be authenticated on your server.  This means you are most likely not going to want to be pushing your charts to the internet.

A good way to create charts that you can put on the internet is to get a Qlik Cloud account and upload data to there, create the charts you want and then use the Share Chart feature.

See my blog here for details on this feature:

http://www.quickintelligence.co.uk/qlik-sense-cloud-new-features/

Hope that helps,

Steve

mohitd910
Contributor II

Re: Workbanch, Server and publisher in qliksense

gwassenaarstevedark

Actually want to integrate my app with .net application to show only to certain users. we have qlik sense server, but don't know where we need to make changes in QMC for this. 

MVP
MVP

Re: Workbanch, Server and publisher in qliksense

Hi Mohit,

Which version of Sense Enterprise are you using?  There have been some changes around how to do this.

You could start with looking at these tutorials by bmz‌ :

Qlik Sense Mash-Up API Tutorials

You are probably wanting to go to:

http://[server name]:4848/dev-hub/single-configurator

or


http://[server name]:4848/workbench

The single-configurator allows you to grab code that you can paste onto another web page to show a single object at a time.  Options allow you to configure how interactive that object is, or isn't.

The fact it is in SharePoint should mean you can deal with ensuring it is only authorised users that can get to the objects.

Hope that helps.


Steve

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