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maxxieshi
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Nprinting Publish task will run auto after restart the Windows server

Dear Experts

I have met a strange issue,Nprinting publish tasks will run immediately after restart the Windows server,

and sometimes triggers are not working normally,

for instance,I set a trigger to run a publish task on 14:00 every Friday,

but last Friday,it was not work but run on Saturday 14:00 and report file was not generated.

NP version is 17.3.1 and install in Qlikview machine.

Look forward to your help.

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Lech_Miszkiewicz
Honored Contributor III

Re: Nprinting Publish task will run auto after restart the Windows server

Hi 海波 史,

This is because in the past you must have some unfinished tasks which were running also when you restarted a box.

As you are running old version of NPrinting you do not have visibility what is currently running and was is finished.

I encourage you to upgrade to newer version of NPrinting where you can see which tasks are running whicha are finieshed and which failed...  as well as kill/abort these tasks which did not go through.

On the other hand you are running unsupported environment (QlikVIew and NPrinting on one box are not supported) so many strange things can happen!

regards

Lech

cheers Lech
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Lech_Miszkiewicz
Honored Contributor III

Re: Nprinting Publish task will run auto after restart the Windows server

Hi 海波 史,

This is because in the past you must have some unfinished tasks which were running also when you restarted a box.

As you are running old version of NPrinting you do not have visibility what is currently running and was is finished.

I encourage you to upgrade to newer version of NPrinting where you can see which tasks are running whicha are finieshed and which failed...  as well as kill/abort these tasks which did not go through.

On the other hand you are running unsupported environment (QlikVIew and NPrinting on one box are not supported) so many strange things can happen!

regards

Lech

cheers Lech
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