We have some qlikviews that will be accessed directly via the URL of its AJAXZFC document. These documents are loaded and distributed via Publisher.
We don't want that these QlikViews are visible in the AccessPoint for anybody. They have to be accessed only via the URL.
Do you know how to do it?
As far I know, the only way to hide a documenti in Access Point is to deny access to the user(s) to the phisical file from within Windows.
I don't know if this is feasible in your case.
I still do not understand what use the option "Browse".
Marked or not, shows ". Qvw" who are in the folder it AccessPoint.
I want to hide some, but I could not yet.
I really need to accomplish this.
I'm using QlikViewServer 9.0.7320.7.
I would like to figure this out also. I tried adding the subfolder with the QVWs that I wanted to hide, unchecked "Browsable", according to Corrado's suggestion, and it didn't have any effect. It would be nice to be able to do it from the QEMC interface without messing around with file system permissions.
I just tried setting DENY to "QlikView Administrators" on a file's permissions within Windows Explorer on the server. It didn't hide the file from my logged in user which is in the "QlikView Administrators" group. Rather, it removed the hyperlink from the thumbnail, and is now displaying "Missing Image" where the thumbnail of the app used to be. It's still showing up in AccessPoint with the filename.
The visibility of documents in AccessPoint should be controlled by the NTFS permissions on the documents.
I have one Admin account (A) and one user account (B). If I take a vanilla QVS 9 SR2 installation and change the file permissions on Films.qvw to only have the group Administrators listed then user B can't see Films.qvw on the AccessPoint and this is the intended way.
The browsable checkbox controls whether the folder is browsable in the qvp popup dialog, for example when using Open in server or when accessing qvp://servername through a browser to open documents via plugin.
If you are using DMS, it appears all you have to do is go onto the Qlikview Server and check the hidden flag in the properties of the file to make it invisible on the Accesspoint without losing the ability to connect.
UPDATE: Unfortunately, when you redistribute the file, the hidden attribute is removed from the file.