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Contributor II
Contributor II

Renaming HUB Application URL

Normally the URL to a Qlik Sense App looks like "sense/app/928187c4-e9f0-435d-aef0-f2d6a464d189" I would like to replace the APP ID “928187c4-e9f0-435d-aef0-f2d6a464d189” with a user-friendly name like "Sensors Sensation". I believe this is doable but unable to find any information on it.

Thanks

McCutchan Jones

 

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Re: Renaming HUB Application URL

No, not doable if you want to use the HUB. 

 

Best Regards,

Gio

Giuseppe Novello
Principal Technical Support Engineer @ Qlik

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Employee
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Re: Renaming HUB Application URL

Not directly, no. It always is conceivably possible to do this with something like Nginx, Apache, or IIS in front of Qlik Sense. I am unaware of any guide on how to do this specific ask but there are a handful of guides out there for using Nginx / Apache / IIS as a reverse proxy. It'd be a simple extension of those to add another route which re-writes the URL to go directly to the app.

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Re: Renaming HUB Application URL

I think you cannot do that it's a guid that is generated automatically.

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Re: Renaming HUB Application URL

No, not doable if you want to use the HUB. 

 

Best Regards,

Gio

Giuseppe Novello
Principal Technical Support Engineer @ Qlik

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Employee
Employee

Re: Renaming HUB Application URL

Not directly, no. It always is conceivably possible to do this with something like Nginx, Apache, or IIS in front of Qlik Sense. I am unaware of any guide on how to do this specific ask but there are a handful of guides out there for using Nginx / Apache / IIS as a reverse proxy. It'd be a simple extension of those to add another route which re-writes the URL to go directly to the app.

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