I have two departments, and each one must have a personalized login and access point page (different logos).
I have made those changes:
On Management Console:
Set the Web Server Authentication to custom login page (./FormLogin.htm)
Add two folders (Dep1 and Dep2) each one with its own path
I used as base the default "C:\Program Files\QlikView\Web" folder to create the folder for each department
On each path, changed the images bg_login.png and bg_login.png
Change the form action on each FormLogin.htm to:
The problem is that the Authenticate.aspx always redirects to /qlikview/index.htm. I also tried to change the form action on FormLogin.htm to "/QvAJAXZfc/Authenticate.aspx?back=/Dep1/index.htm" with no success
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I think you need to go through An introduction to QlikView Security using Web Tickets
Or you can implement Iframe for two diff depts. in html you need to code
<H1>Wel Come to Qlikview</H1>
<iframe height='600' width='1200' src='http://220.127.116.11/QvAJAXZfc/opendoc.htm?document=Indoco_PnO.qvw&host=QVS@qlikviewserver' frameborder='0'></iframe>
Save in 2 diff html.
On the Management Consolo:
System -> Setup -> Management Service -> QlikView Web Server -> QVWS@server -> Autenthication -> Login Address
Select the radio "Custom login page" and a textbox appears
I have the same problem of Ramon Rios . I putted a HTML file on WEB default folder, as you, and setted up the custom login page, but when accessing i got: "Failed to authenticate"
Salvador Arnal Julian you just setup the custom login page or had you setup "Authentication Type" (NTML; Header; Custom User) and "Authentication" (Always; Login; Never)?
And what about the Server Security Configuration? What had i put on "Authentication Clients" option, "Authorization"?
I have configure Active Directory to manage the users login.
I have attached captures with my actual configuration
The FormLogin.htm is the same that comes with Qlikview (On C:\ProgramFiles\QlikView\Web\), I only changed the Images.