Communication is a key point for any project and failing to do it may compromise your success.Having this in mind, I dedicated some time to find out a...
Communication is a key point for any project and failing to do it may compromise your success.
Having this in mind, I dedicated some time to find out a way to display a message on the Qlik Sense HUB and make sure that all users would be able to see that.
Thanks to @j_twardziak and his post Showing support message on top of the Qlik Sense Hub page, my target was accomplished.
However, when I implemented my version, I realized that the header message was not being displayed on the HUB unless CTRL + F5 was pressed (a normal behavior for web). Then, how do you communicate with your users if they didn't receive the message?
In the document attached, I shared step by step how to implement a header message (my version) on the Qlik Sense HUB and what needs to be changed in order to force the client-side to be updated. Before doing any changes, ALWAYS make a backup of the files.
Here is how it looks like.
Although I didn't have implemented @berndjaegle 's suggestion, he explains how to add an URL to the header message in the original post.
Qlik Sense environment
- Qlik Sense Enterprise June 2019 Patch 1.
- Multi-node environment.
- Qlik Sense Repository Database is located in the central node server.
IMPORTANT: Keep in mind that the changes shared here are not supported by Qlik.
Huberto Pereira Haidemann