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gainkarthi
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Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB

Can anyone share the Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB?

Regards,

Karthi

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jaimeaguilar
Valued Contributor II

Re: Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB

Hi,

In general SQL DB is a more reliable and secure way of storing information, because XML files are easier to corrupt. However, having QVPR in a SQL DB requires extra configuration and is recommended to be held in a different machine. So unless you have strict security policies or you're having trouble with XML files, I think the default option is ok,

regards

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jaimeaguilar
Valued Contributor II

Re: Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB

Hi,

In general SQL DB is a more reliable and secure way of storing information, because XML files are easier to corrupt. However, having QVPR in a SQL DB requires extra configuration and is recommended to be held in a different machine. So unless you have strict security policies or you're having trouble with XML files, I think the default option is ok,

regards

brindlogcool
Contributor III

Re: Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB

Also i came across this post where the Governance dashboard will not support if QVPR in Sql Server. I am not able to find the answer for it....

gainkarthi
Valued Contributor

Re: Advantage of having QVPR in SQL DB

Is it possible to have QVPR in the same directory?

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