I have batch file which opens the qvw and with the help of macro in qvw it reloads the document and copy the image to the physics. This works file using batch file and windows comman prompt. But the same is not working using the autosys job scheduling tool without any error in the log file.
Any help on this is appreciated!
Most likely it is due to security reasons. The user that you set up to run the scheduling tool must have the correct
access to the folders, databases/QVDs et.c. Try to test a step at the time to see where it fails.
1. Create a QV to load subset data from the datasource, dows it work?
2. If it works, try next step to copy the image.
Thanks for your response!
I doubt that could be the reason. As when I am trying to reload the application manually or executing through the command prompt. It is able to copy the image to the required folder. But when we are trying to repeat the samething using the autosys it fails. As discussed earlier in the both the methods I am using the same folder only but still it fails.
Any other suggestions please?
The program "autosys job scheduling tool" is prpbably set up as running as a service.
You need to make sure that the service that is run is logging in as you or an account that
have the right credentials to relaod and save stuff to your folder.
Even though you are triggering the job manually in the tool, it is still the user tht is set up
in the service that is running the job.
I have already tried with the user who is having right credentails but still it fails . Whatever! is there is any way to prove that this is only because of the security issue? This will help us to proceed further!
1. You need to log in to the account running the scheduler and open qlikview and
add the license and set the maco to allow system access.
2. Make a simple bat-file and schedule it in the tool. Bat-file contains something like:
COPY c:\images\myimage.jpg c:\newfolder\myimage.jpg
Then you rule out that it is NT-security issue with folders.
PS. Do not tru to put images in c:\, c:\windows... or folder belonging to someone elses user-folders.
3. Try to do a new bat file that loads a simple Qlikview and schedule it. Bat-file contains something like:
C:\Program Files\QlikView\Qv.exe /r "c:\myqlikviews\myqlikview.qvw"
If that still doesn't work, then i can't help further
I followed the above steps and I am able to copy the image from one location to the another. So it proves that it didn't got failed due to any security reasons.
Any help further?