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praveensp
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Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

Hi,

I have requirement to refresh the QVW from the Access Point just like the way we do it from the QMC.

Is there a way to do it?

 

Thanks,

Praveen Prabhu 

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Re: Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

In order to run a reload from an app opened via QlikView Server you are going to need to use the EDX Trigger in the Task side of things and the button object in the app will need to make a call to trigger that EDX trigger.  

The function you found is not supported in the server clients, just FYI:

http://help.qlik.com/en-US/qlikview/November2018/Subsystems/Client/Content/QV_QlikView/Button2.htm

Scroll down until you find the Reload section, not supported in Ajax or Plugin client.

Here is Help regarding EDX:

http://help.qlik.com/en-US/qlikview/November2018/Subsystems/Server/Content/QV_Server/QlikView-Server...

Hopefully this gets you on the right track if you are still trying to get things to work.

Regards,
Brett

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Re: Load the data(load qvd) from Qlik Access Point

You could create another qvw that uses binary load from the source QVW you need.

That way, you'd have the same data as the other QVW.
praveensp
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Re: Load the data(load qvd) from Qlik Access Point

I need to refresh the data from Access Point. The way we do it from QMC(running the task to refresh the dashboard). 

Is there  a way to do it? Like a macro or any other method?

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Re: Load the data(load qvd) from Qlik Access Point

So you don't have a server and would like to emulate the QMC functionalities?
Claudiu_Anghelescu
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Re: Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

1. Create a new button

2. Actions -> External -> Reload

 

Reload Qlik.PNG

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Re: Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

Really misunderstood what he wanted, that seems to do the job alright.

Re: Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

Please keep in mind that while the suggestion to add the reload button most likely will work, you need to make sure you have sufficient resources available to run an on-demand reload if you have a single-node environment where all Qlikview services are running on one server.  Triggering a task reload will make QDS (if a Publisher license has been applied to the environment) run the reload task which will consume CPU resources.  If other Qlikview services are competing for the same resources, you might run into issues there.  If you have a multi-node environment this is less likely to be an issue.

Hope this helps,

Thanks,
Josh

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Re: Refresh the application with new data from Qlik Access Point

In order to run a reload from an app opened via QlikView Server you are going to need to use the EDX Trigger in the Task side of things and the button object in the app will need to make a call to trigger that EDX trigger.  

The function you found is not supported in the server clients, just FYI:

http://help.qlik.com/en-US/qlikview/November2018/Subsystems/Client/Content/QV_QlikView/Button2.htm

Scroll down until you find the Reload section, not supported in Ajax or Plugin client.

Here is Help regarding EDX:

http://help.qlik.com/en-US/qlikview/November2018/Subsystems/Server/Content/QV_Server/QlikView-Server...

Hopefully this gets you on the right track if you are still trying to get things to work.

Regards,
Brett

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