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Evolving from QV Small Business Edition Server to QV Server

Hello

I am implementing QV SBE Server and we may have to migrate to QV EE Server.

Is it possible to evolve my current server to Enterprise Edition (possibly paying the difference) or do I have to buy another independent license for QVS?


Have a good day!

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jaimeaguilar
Valued Contributor II

Re: Evolving from QV Small Business Edition Server to QV Server

Hi,

technically speaking, there is no difference between the Small Business and Enterprise installer. What makes the difference is what your LEF says. The License Enable File is what like it's name says, enables or disables some features depending on what you purchase. I'm attaching an image with the main differences between every server versions:

* EE = Enterprise Edition, SBE = Small Business Edition IAS, = Information Access Server QES = Extranet Server

server editions.png

Regards

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Employee
Employee

Re: Evolving from QV Small Business Edition Server to QV Server

Tomas,

The software is the same, the only difference is the licensing, SBE has some thing disable that EE does have enable.

You can read the attached document with the things that SBE are included, see pg 16.

Now about the prices, you can check the following link  QlikView Business Intelligence Software Pricing, Bi Platform | Qlik  and/or speak with you Qlik sales representative.

Gio

Giuseppe Novello
Qlik's Principal Technical Support Engineer
jaimeaguilar
Valued Contributor II

Re: Evolving from QV Small Business Edition Server to QV Server

Hi,

technically speaking, there is no difference between the Small Business and Enterprise installer. What makes the difference is what your LEF says. The License Enable File is what like it's name says, enables or disables some features depending on what you purchase. I'm attaching an image with the main differences between every server versions:

* EE = Enterprise Edition, SBE = Small Business Edition IAS, = Information Access Server QES = Extranet Server

server editions.png

Regards

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