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reshma_km
Contributor III

NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

Hi,

I am creating NPrinting reports from Qliksense. Is there any other way than re-creating everything when i move my code from dev environment to QA/Production?

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kulwantsaj219
Contributor II

Re: NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

no

Re: NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

I guess not.

In NPrinting 7.4.x (September) you will have the ability to migrate single reports (but no objects or connections or tasks) from one NPrinting environment to another.

More info here: Is there a way to export NPrinting v17 project including Ap, Connection, Tasks, Triggers, Templates ...

[Edit] Corrected release info, added link to extensive discussion with NPrinting Support. Thanks Aran.

reshma_km
Contributor III

Re: NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

any work-arounds to achieve this?

Not applicable

Re: NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

This is available in a tech preview now and should be GA on September 12th.

Employee
Employee

Re: NPrinting 17.3 - Migrating from Dev to Prod/QA

There are 2 workarounds with Qlik NPrinting 17.3

1 - simpler. Create a backup of the development env and restore it in the production server. Of course this will clone the whole development server in the production one.

2 - In the development computer open the folder C:\ProgramData\NPrinting\apps and search into it the template file you just edited. It is in the subfolder "templates". You can use the template ID that you can read in the browser url as search key. Copy this template into the production server and create a new report by using it as custom template. Open the Designer and add the Qlik Sense or QlikVew objects that are used in the report.

Best Regards,

Ruggero

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Best Regards,
Ruggero
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