Thank you. I read the blog and watched the video, but I'm still facing the problem that an error occurs saying a licensed user created the file. I made all the listed steps with the creating the -prj folder and an empty .qvw, renaming and so on.
I'm using QlikView 11 though... I will try to use the integrated option to use svn. Maybe this works better, but I am still curious why the other way doesn't seem to work for me
When trying to use the workaround to manage source code as it has been with QlikView 10, Creating a -prj folder, I still have the problem that I can't recreate the .qvw from the -prj folder. Has anyone an idea why an error occurs saying I haven't the permission to open the dashboard because I am using a private license?
Since I am using QlikView 11 I wanted to try the integrated svn solution. Is it possible to use it with tortoise svn? Which DLL do I have to use?
The svn connection works now fine, but I have stil my inital problem.
I cannot rebuild my .qvw-file from the "-prj"-folder. It says that the dashboard was created by a licensed user and thus can't be open. I used my private edition for creating and trying to rebuild the dashboard.
I don't think you can open a qvw file from a -prj folder with personal edition. I know the older versions of Qlikview did not support importing layouts without a license, and I assume that this is true of importing the layouts from the -prj folder as well with versions 10 and 11.
Perhaps someone from Qlikview could confirm whether or not this is the case.
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