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Documents in access point

Hi,

Can someone please help me with the access point set up.

Currently my access point is referring to a particular folder which I want to change. I want the access point url to point to another folder. I don't know how to do this.  Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

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Hi,

Go to the Windows button, All Programs, QlikView, QlikView Enterprise Management Console, and your browser will open showing the Server Management Console. Now browse to System, Setup, QlikView Server, click to expand, click to select your QVS and on the right part go to the tab Folders. Set there the new "Root folder" after having removed all document licenses and tasks for the QVW applications, if any.

Then copy or move all files from the old folder to the new one.

Hope that helps.

Miguel

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Documents in access point

Hi,

Go to the Windows button, All Programs, QlikView, QlikView Enterprise Management Console, and your browser will open showing the Server Management Console. Now browse to System, Setup, QlikView Server, click to expand, click to select your QVS and on the right part go to the tab Folders. Set there the new "Root folder" after having removed all document licenses and tasks for the QVW applications, if any.

Then copy or move all files from the old folder to the new one.

Hope that helps.

Miguel

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Thanks alot Miguel! It was very helpful

Also, coule you please let me know if we can I assign 2 doc cal's to a single document?

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Hi,

Yes, you can assign as many Document CALs as you need to the same document, as long as you have licenses available. Go to the QEMC, Documents, expand the folder and click on the document and go to the right tab Document CALs. Add users in the form DOMAINNAME\USERNAME.

Hope that helps.

Miguel

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Cool. Thanks for your quick responses.

I am all set!!