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Access point

Hi,

in access point not working ... it shows a buffing icon as loading content...

my server is ok. & it shows 3 qvw files.

Thanx

gk

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Re: Access point

Intenta reiniciando los servicios de QlikView. Dibujo.PNG.png

Chris_Rice
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Re: Access point

If you have a login to the customer or partner portal, you can look at article 3719:

https://eu1.salesforce.com/articles/Basic/How-to-Import-tasks-from-one-system-to-another-by-using-Re...

In short, there are a number of different reasons for this to happen.  Here are a few of the more common ones:

  • Using Microsoft IIS instead of QlikView Webserver, and IIS is not set up correctly
  • .NET Framework 4.0 is not installed
  • ASP.NET feature in not activated in IIS
  • Application Pool is not using .NET Framework 4.0
Bill_Britt
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Re: Access point

Hi,

Couple of things will cause this. Most of the time it has to do with authentication not being setup correctly. Also, if you application pool is set to 32 bit will cause it also (if you are using IIS)

Bill

Bill - Designated Support Engineer at Qlik
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Re: Access point

where (path)the services are located?

thanx

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Re: Access point

my iis is installed correctly

.netframework is installed

Chris_Rice
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Not quite sure what the exact question is, but the answer is either:   

Services.msc

or

C:\ProgramData\QlikTech

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Re: Access point

Start > Run > Services.msc