Error: Bad call to OpenFileOrURL: "\INLB157.tmp" and DefaultDir was empty !
Wonder if anyone has encountered this error before.
Happened during reload from Server;
reloading manually works ok.
It sounds very to an access- and/or right-issue which meant that the path to the file is invalid fron the server point of view and/or the user which runs the server has no access-rights to these folder and/or file.
It happens to my inline table. It was not a problem before. I can still reload from my local developer end. But when try to Reload from server this error happens. Wonder if this is a bug for v12.00
I have almost the same very frustrating problem! I have upgraded our QlikView server from version 11 to version 12 SR 5 (12.0.20400.0) today. I create a new qvw file and create nothing but this simple script:
LOAD * INLINE [
When trying to reload in the Desktop Client on the server machine I get this error message:
Bad call to OpenFileOrURL: "\INL6A7E.tmp" and DefaultDir was empty !
If I run the QlikView desktop client on another computer the same qvw reloads fine, but not when I run it in the desktop client on the server machine. Log file for the qvw doesn't give any more information than this, it states the error mentioned and then on the next line "Execution finished." I tried moving the qvw to various locations, for example C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\Documents but no difference.
But it is only in the desktop client on the server machine that it does not work. If I move the qvw to a directory that is available from QV Access Point I can trigger reload in QVMC and it works! But it still doesn't work if I open the qvw in desktop client from that location.
The logged in user has full access to root on the available drives, otherwise that could have been the problem according to https://community.qlik.com/thread/84331#356807 where a similar (but not identical) issue was discussed.
So for me, a qvw with an inline table can be reloaded in QVS or in desktop client on another machine, but not in desktop client on server machine. Right now I have no idea why...