This is a known issue, it seems certain mime types are not allowed in the .zip file. They are working on this as we speak. The work-around is to remove all files from the .zip that are not allowed. I will update you with the actual allowed list, but look for files that are not .css, .js etc.
Let me know.
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in addition to mto's mail. Try to remove the files meeting the following criteria:
Hope this helps, if not, please let me know, we are just about to test the fix for 2.1.1 and I am eager to understand which other file types are not accepted but typically used in extensions.
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Forgot to mention, we are planning to approach this issue by providing two tools:
As I am writing these lines, we are about to test these approaches and they should be published next week.
I try 2 way:
1) compress folder and import into the qmc.
2) copy files in the folder: C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Repository\Extensions
Is the same, i don't import a new extension in version 2.1.1
We got the same problem with our extension.
The file blocking the import was :
- The licence file (.lic)
- The cursor file (.cur)
- The font file (.eot)
In fact I think the server is expecting only file extension that he know : css/js/png/jpg/qext/wbl all other file are not allowed on the server. Txt file is fine for the server.
Are they a list of all the allowed file extension ?
Yeah, but don't work.
only have a js/css/wbl/qext files, but don´t import from qlik sense server 2.1.1
you have one that does work ?
It's got a .gitignore file and other git related files in there. I found that the upload doesn't like git artifacts either.
Try taking out README.md and the .gitignore file and it should load.