You can schedule task using windows task schedular , create batch file which can be run through win. schedular
Please pfa screen short for the same.
Of course, althought I don't remember if it's the same interface with Publisher and without it... but you should be able to find that setting in the Triggers tab.
Do you have a Publisher? Then Yes. There is a trigger type called "Weekly" for this.
Without a Publisher, you may want to try Windows Scheduler sending a trigger to the distribution service on a timed basis. Configure your task trigger as "On an External Event" and download QMSEDX.exe here QMSEDX Enhanced, the command line tool to send external triggers to QlikView services.
seems a good Approach, to Exit the script if today is not the scheduled day.
i will try the edx too, since we want to Trigger reloads after an SISS Job is finished
You can of course, outside QVS u can do it with with a .bat file, the bat thing of doing it like this, it´s that u woný be able to see any logs about that one, I mean if it fails, u won´t be able to see it.
I would suggest u to get Publisher in order to get full information about your tasks.