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Thanks so much for solving the problem with slow qvp connection. Solution in the image
No why? If you have problem with NP to QlikView or with other parts of the product that are performance related, I really care for them.
Be careful with that setting though. Make sure you are getting the updated qvw.
I think qvp is slow because it seems to be doing a cache regeneration when there is new data. Unchecking this disables the automatic refresh of new data if the qvw reloads. That may or may not be something you intended to do.
I've had the most success when I try to minimize the connection cache regeneration time, or generate the cache before running multiple tasks on the same connection.
Hi @MikeW , unfortunately it seems to be more something like a malfunctioning. I was testing without any reload during the verification. Just checking/unchecking the box gives different results.
If @i_shamaev needs to have push from server after reloads, he can enable the option in the same page, in the upper part "Client initiate refresh..... automatically" and under it "Just do it.".
That seems to give the same effect.
These options are to be used JUST when using QV Reloading, and if you are going to save the document manually, without performing a reload you can make NPrinting unstable for now.
I tested the combination of Client initiate refresh...automatically and just do it, then unchecking enable push from server. That didn't pick up the latest data when I just created a report with =ReloadTime() formula. I am using QMC to reload and publish, but I have the option to allow more than 1 copy of document in memory enabled.
Would you be able to test with these settings to confirm if it does indeed speed things up and also get the latest data? I guess you can just do a partial reload with an immediate exit script and that will update the reload time.
@MikeW indeed we are having automatic tests testing exactly those options, but with one difference: we don't allow more than one copy of the document in memory on the server.
According also to this article https://support.qlik.com/articles/000003052 allowing more than one copy can have unexpected results. And this is the reason we did not enable that option.
Moreover, those settings avoid the delays that @i_shamaev was experiencing. These delays are related to the specific usage of a single method and so they are not a panacea to solve every performance problem that you can find.