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IE plugin or ajax?

Hello

how can we check if   it's ajax or IE plugin  that is used? and how to check their build number?

Thanks in advance

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Employee
Employee

Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Hi,

This can be done by looking at the session log. You can build a report in QV by loading the session log. The default location for the logs are C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer

Bill

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Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Try to use the system function ClientPlatform( ) in a text object.

It returns the name of the platform the client is using, for example, "Mobile.iPhone".

All mobile clients start with Mobile, a period sign and the type of mobile device.

Clients using AJAX will return Browser.Nameofbrowser, for example "Browser.Firefox"...

Hope this helps.

MC

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Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Thank you I already tried it but it gives  nothing.

dvqlikview
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Re: Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Hi Meriem,

What do you mean by? You don't see the session logs or are they NULL values?

Meriem ABOULAAYAD wrote:

Thank you I already tried it but it gives  nothing.


You'll definitely see this info in session logs. Please check the fields "Client Type", "EXE Type" and "EXE Version" in the Session Logs.

Thanks,

DV

www.QlikShare.com

Employee
Employee

Re: IE plugin or ajax?

If ClientPlatform() returns nothing is either because you're using IE Plugin or you're looking at it on a Desktop

Note!
The function will only return the client type for those clients using the QVPX protocol, that is the mobile clients and the AJAX client.

Hope it helps.

Best regards.

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Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Hello Actually tried it on web version. and it worked. it return the version of IE

Thanks fo your help

Employee
Employee

Re: IE plugin or ajax?

Glad it worked

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