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googel84
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Copying reload settings

Hi everyone, we are running QlikView Server Small Business so I'm using standard Publisher funztionalities and not those one included in the Enterprise Edition.

We organized our documents into two main folders: SVI and PRD, the former represents the development environment while the latter is the production environment.

I noticed that copying a qvw (also together with .share and .meta relevant file) doesn't mean copying its reload settings or document information.

Is it just a limitation due to Small Business edition?

Is there a way to bring these settings with their qvw into different folders?

Thanks.

Alberto

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Copying reload settings

with the help of bat file you can do same

code are

"C:\Program Files\QlikView\qv.exe" /r "Login Report(Login Analysis)10.qvw"



copy /Y "Login Report(Login Analysis)10.qvw" "d:\dump1\Apps2008\Login Report(Login Analysis)10.qvw"

paste this code in notepad and then saved it .bat extension.

Regards

Ashish Srivastava

googel84
Contributor III

Copying reload settings

Hi Ashish, I tried your solution but it copies just the qvw and not the other files.

I was pretty sure of it looking at the code. It also has the problem that, with UAC active, the user should answare to Windows prompt to continue.

googel84
Contributor III

Copying reload settings

Hi everyone, are there any new suggestions?

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Copying reload settings

Hi ,

if you want to copy your all reload setting then Please find the link .

http://community.qlik.com/forums/t/26010.aspx

Regards,

Ravi

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Copying reload settings

Please go through this thread

http://community.qlik.com/forums/t/24718.aspx

googel84
Contributor III

Copying reload settings

Hi Ravi and Santosh, I went through the indicated posts and Identified which would probably be the right file to change but we realized that the solution is more complex than the problem itself!! Smile

However, I did not tried it.

So, seeing that we don't have too many documents to transport to PRD at a time, it's easier to manually schedule them after the copy.

Thanks

Alberto