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timothyj
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In Desktop "All Expressions Disabled"

I have a new employee. I am trying to give him access to an app for his department. For some reason when he opens the app in the Desktop Software, nothing is showing, and it says "All Expressions Disabled." Nothing in the List Boxes. It works fine from the Access Point. There is no Section Access or anything on the App. Everybody else is able to access it just fine. I have never seen this before and Googling is not showing me an answer. We are on Version 12.40. Coincidentally, his software is being updated tonight.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Tim

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timothyj
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Thank you everybody! We fixed it.

For future reference: It was open in server in the software. No data was loading. Access Point browser worked fine. He had a user license. 

The problem, and I should have checked this, was they tried to map it. And they used qvp://xxxx.company.net/.... It is actually qvp://XXXX.company.net/...  The lowercase server was how the old server was named. No idea how the app even opened for them. 

Thanks again!

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Chip_Matejowsky
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Hi @timothyj,

First thing I suggest is ensuring that the build version of employee's QlikView Desktop client match that of the QlikView Server.  If the employee opens the same QVW from the AccessPoint, does he get the same message? 

 

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Maria_Halley
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@timothyj 

Is the user using "open in server" to open the document? 

I you save out the document on disk, can he open it then?

 

Daniele_Purrone
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Hi @timothyj : is the employee opening the app locally, or with Open in Server? 
Is the Destkop Client licensed?

Daniele - Senior Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
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timothyj
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Thank you everybody! We fixed it.

For future reference: It was open in server in the software. No data was loading. Access Point browser worked fine. He had a user license. 

The problem, and I should have checked this, was they tried to map it. And they used qvp://xxxx.company.net/.... It is actually qvp://XXXX.company.net/...  The lowercase server was how the old server was named. No idea how the app even opened for them. 

Thanks again!

Chip_Matejowsky
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Thanks for the follow up @timothyj. I'm glad you were able to figure it out!

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Daniele_Purrone
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Hi @timothyj , glad you could solve this. Was the case the only difference? That shouldn't have a role, I'll test this for a possible defect.

Daniele - Senior Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
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timothyj
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That was it. I do have screen shots to compare. My IT guy who runs the server said it should not be an issue either, from a server standpoint. I can open it with the first 4 letters uppercase and lowercase and it will work either way. It made a huge difference to this one user, however.  I double checked the screen shots of the path. 

Daniele_Purrone
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Thanks!

Daniele - Senior Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
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Daniele_Purrone
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I tried to reproduce the behaviour, and could not. All is fine on my side. Glad that you could solve the issue, at least! 

Daniele - Senior Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
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