Just I want to one clarification regarding job in QMC job. When I am executing the QVW file manually it is executing successfully but while running in QMC it is throwing path issue. could you please help me to do this? please find the below example for reference.
QMC Log details:
Error: Cannot open file '\\FPSERVER\Company\Shared\Household\TL - Performance\Quality 1_05_06_2018 Start LIVE 1.xlsx' The system cannot find the path specified.
General Script Error
When I am executing same QVW file manually it is running successfully without any log error.
And when I am loading multiple excels using the below script it is working fine. When I am trying to load single excel I am getting above error. Request you to help me out Please.
Set vConcatenate = ;
for each FileExtension in 'xlsx'
for each FoundFile in filelist( Root & '\*.' & FileExtension)
LOAD [Department Name],
[Start Time (GMT+0)],
[Conversions (Agent Attributed)]
(ooxml, embedded labels, table is department_chats_analytics_2099);
Set vConcatenate = Concatenate;
for each SubDirectory in dirlist( Root & '\*' )
Call ScanFolder('\\FPSERVER\Company\Shared\Household\CALL CENTRE STATS\Webchat Dashboard') ;
store WebChat into
Thanks and Regards,
Does the service user for your QV-Services on the server has access to this shared folder?
When you're using the QlikView Client to execute your Script, it is executed as the user you're logged in. When you're starting the task in QMC, the service user executes the script.
Maybe you have to adjust the security of the shared folder '\\FPSERVER\Company\Shared\Household\TL - Performance\'.
Does your user runs also also the qmc-services? More common is that they run with a generic admin-account and not with an user-account which has admin-rights.
In addition to what Marcus already stated, make sure that the Service Account that is running the QlikView Distribution Service has access to the network share that is listed in the error message. Remember that network shares have two sets of privileges: those for the share itself, and those for the underlying directory.
Since you're an admin, you can easily test this access problem by running QV Desktop as the Service Account on your server and performing a reload as the Service Account.