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LOCAL SCHEDULE RELOAD

Hi everyone,  I have a problem with the "local schedule reload" on the personal edition of qlik view.

(This 'personal edition' is for my local develop on my own pc)

I launched the qv.exe in a batch file, and I added a windows scheduled task:

"C: \ .... \ .... \ qv.exe" / r "name.qvw."

Using this, on the server it is working properly(I have  a qlik view licence on server) , but it does not work on my personal edition in "local".

I then tried to launch the batch from the command prompt and it gives me this: qv.exe not recognized as an internal or external command, or an executable or a batch file.

If I manually start the batch, it doesn’t work…     

Paths are correct, the qwv are in c:/...

It isn’t possible to schedule a reload for a QlikView solution on the personal edition ?



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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Usually the qv.exe executable is installed in something like C:\Program Files\Qlikview\. Make sure to use the correct path to the qv.exe executable or add the Qlikview installation directory to the PATH environment variable.


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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

It's not a limitation of Qlikview Personal Edition. The problem you have, whatever it is, is not caused by Qlikview. I have no idea what your batch file contains or how you try to configure your scheduled task. But it is absolutely possible to have a batch file reload a Qlikview document on a system where Qlikview is installed correctly.


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Specialist
Specialist

Hi Genni,

Can you show use the actual command you are actually using , you can rename any information you don't want to display such as the qvw name.

Thanks

Mark

www.techstuffy.com

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Hi

the file .qwv is in  C:\QLIK , The name is ESEMPIO.qwv, the batch is in the same path and his name is Automazione.bat

In the file batch  I have written :

echo on

cd C:\QLIK

qv.exe  /r "ESEMPIO.qvw"

Is it ok?

Aforementioned, if on the command prompt , I write the path, its reply would be "qv.exe isn't recognized as a command...etc"..  (picture below)

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Usually the qv.exe executable is installed in something like C:\Program Files\Qlikview\. Make sure to use the correct path to the qv.exe executable or add the Qlikview installation directory to the PATH environment variable.


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Creator III
Creator III

Write full paths for both the files.

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I copied the correct executable in my folder, now it's works

thanks!

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Specialist
Specialist

Hi Alkesh,

Can you enter the following command and show use the result (replacing the yourqvw with your filename)

C:\qlik>"c:\Program Files\QlikView\Qv.exe" /r yourqvw.qvw

If think the problem might be the space between Program and Files.

Thanks

Mark

www.techstuffy.com

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Creator III
Creator III

Hyi,

I have used both the commands, Please find the attached screen shots of the commands which have worked and not worked for me.