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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Hi,

We upgraded our Qlikview Server to Version 9 R2 and was attempting to publish a dashboard. However, we recieved the following types of errors on all of our dashboards that were not problems on 8.5.

"Document CALS are not applicable: Reason:

Cardinality error in field: [ClientBranch] between tables [OrderDetails] and [ClientBranches]

Document does not comply with Document CAL Licensing restrictions, please see documentation. "

Information density is 100% on ClientBranch the primary key.

I've searched around, but have found nothing. Any idea how to resolve issue?

Thanks

Don

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

I researched this problem and found some answers in the server reference manual. We switched our licensing model to Document CALs during this upgrade which has restrictions on data models specifically the cardinality of fact and dimension tables. (Our fact tables had more rows than the dimension table due to used codes). To resolve this issue, we coded inner joins between the fact and dimension table to only use the dimensioni codes used in the fact table.

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Qlikview has put out a patch to correct this issue that will be incorporated into the next release. Contact Qlikview support for patch.

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

This issue is still around and I heard from my QlikView implementation partner this issue is related to tables that are not related to any other table. We have this concept in nearly all of our QlikView applications because we arrange the authentication for our users with these kinds of tables (thanks to our partner).

Does anyone know whether QlikTech will release an update for this or not?

Thanks in advance,

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Marc, we also ran into this problem of "Isolated islands" or tables. Our manager contacted Qliktech support directly and they provided us with a patch that corrected both the isolated islands and cardinality issue. We did not contact our implementation partners. Otherwise, we would have had to re-code 3 dashboards. Hope this helps.

Don

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Hi Don,

Thanks for the info. We have been able to obtain the patch release as well and will install this next week ASAP.

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Marc,

You're welcome. Good luck on your install.

Don

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

We have the same problem at a customer. Where can we find / become the patch?

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

Hi Patrick,

The link for this has been provided to us by our QlikView partner and was an intermediate release. I assume (can't tell for sure) that this will be incorporated in service release 3.

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Error message when publishing dashboard on Version 9

QlikTech support ended up sending us the patch. Qliktech just made available SR 3 last week. This release should contain the above patch. I would install the latest SR3 since it fixed many bugs. Hope this helps.

Don Saluga

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