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CAL Last Used (UTC)

In QlikView 9.0 SR1 the Last Used (UTC) entry on the "Licenses" tab in the QMC is showing some odd times. Example: If I check the Last Used (UTC) for my user id it'll say something like today's date at 6:00 p.m. when it's actually 11:00 a.m. or something.

My question is this: How do I set that UTC entry to show the correct time that a user had last logged in at?

We have this issue on each (2 total) of our servers that have a QVS.

thanks,

rob

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boorgura
Valued Contributor

CAL Last Used (UTC)

If I'm not wrong, the logging is done on GMT.

So, that should be the difference. I'm not sure though.

Thanks,

Rocky

vgutkovsky
Honored Contributor II

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Rob,

This is a bug that is corrected with SR3.

Regards,

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CAL Last Used (UTC)

Thanks Vlad.

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CAL Last Used (UTC)

Just updated to SR3 over the weekend and I'm still seeing this problem. I just logged in and it says the time was 3:13 p.m. (It's actually 9:13 a.m.).

rob

MVP
MVP

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Hello Rob,

I'm afraid it's the only way it's displayed. Time and date are shown UTC, and your local timezone may not be the same (here i. e. is UTC +1), so you have to add/substract as many hours as you are from UTC (otherwise, it would not show "UTC" but your current timezone i. e. "CET" here).

vgutkovsky
Honored Contributor II

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Rob,

That's strange. This is from the Release Notes, under Bugs Corrected:

  • 24413 - Last execution - time difference in AccessPoint - UTC problem
  • 24548 - New or reloaded qvw files show GMT timestamp in AccessPoint instead of computers clock

So if you're still seeing the problem while running SR3, I would say that the thing to do would be to contact support...

Regards,

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Vlad,

I think you may be mixing up displays.

CAL last use has always been displayed in UTC, and will continue to do so.

Access Point values like last reload should have been shown on local time. That was the bug that was fixed.

-Rob

vgutkovsky
Honored Contributor II

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Rob,

Thanks for the correction, good to know.

Regards,

deepakk
Valued Contributor III

CAL Last Used (UTC)

Hi Rob,

Any specific reason for showing the Last cal used in UTC. Because one of customer is not able to figure it out when the user has logged in.

Is there any other way to track when the user has last logged in.

Deepak

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