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What is equivalent of .shared files (QlikView) in Qlik Sense

.shared files - QlikView basically stores the objects created on published app in this file

Whenever a dashboard user creates a bad object which swamp away the memory, we delete .shared files as quick fix.

What is the equivalent .shared in Qlik Sense? I suspect one of my dashboard has been infected by bad object whenever a particular use access the app, Server resource utilization goes crazy.

Thanks!

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Re: What is equivalent of .shared files (QlikView) in Qlik Sense

@Levi_Turner 

Pls loop with appropriate folks/team to get this thing answered 

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Re: What is equivalent of .shared files (QlikView) in Qlik Sense

The architecture of qlik sense is not the same as in qlikview. You do not have .shared files, I would say that the equivalent to .shared files resides somewhere in the postgres database. 

If you are looking for user created analytics you will find it in the not approved  app objects  in the qmc.

Check out this help page: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/September2019/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_D...

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
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Re: What is equivalent of .shared files (QlikView) in Qlik Sense

Given Qlik Sense Enterprise's design around self-service there is no concept of a .Shared file. Inside of Qlik Sense, like with QlikView, there is a app file. But inside of Qlik Sense, user contributed content is saved in the same application file with the state of the object (published vs. approved) being stored in the underlying Repository Database.

For the scenario that you're trying to debug, I would personally encourage using the Qlik Sense Telemetry Dashboard to help determine what is contributing to poor performance. The dashboard does unfortunately require an installer due to the way in which we need to gather some meta-data but it overall a fairly robust offering.