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Warnings while reloading

Hello,

A customer has upgraded to version 9.0 and now gets the following messages in their log-files during reload of some scripts:

Warning The QlikView Engine working with document "XXX.qvw" is not responding.

The reload continues and finishes succesfully. It seams to be scripts that create QVD-files using the store-command. Has anyone else had the same problem and how can this be fixed?

Kind regards,

Geert

4 Replies
martin59
Specialist II
Specialist II

Hello,

I have the same problem but I don't succeed to fix it.

Is somebody has an idea ?

Thx

Martin

biester
Specialist
Specialist

This might be just normal. I have a qvw where an external VBScript (which runs a query against an Easy Archive Server) is being executed from within the QV-Script. This VBScript takes ca 15 minutes to complete - during this time the qvw is "not responding". I get this warning several times during the daily execution of this script, but after the VBScript has finished, the QV-script continues to execute flawlessly. I have never found any mistake. So, in such cases there's no need to fix because nothing is broken. I would say with creation of QVD-files it's the same thing.

Rgds,
Joachim

martin59
Specialist II
Specialist II

Reload works without any problem when I launch it manually from the local client. I have (sometimes) this error when I lauch the task from QEMC or when it's scheduled.

It's always while the creation of a QVD.

I did the test very soon, and my treatment is stopped for two hours to create a QVD which have 293 000 lines and 8 fields...

It's very strange...

Martin

biester
Specialist
Specialist

Actually, the reload always will work without any problem in that cases, but the warning only comes when reloaded by the (Standard) Publisher. You might have a "not responding" in the title bar of QlikView when reloading manually. All in all, I'd not worry about it.