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Contributor III
Contributor III

Transfer Bookmarks between QVWs

Is it possible to transfer bookmarks from one dashboard to another? 

I have one qvw with identical field names to another qvw that I would like to publish to QVS. 

However, I have a number of users that have made numerous bookmarks in this 'old' qvw.

Is it possible to somehow migrate these 'old' bookmarks from one qvw to another qvw?

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Contributor III
Contributor III

I copied the .shared file from one to the other and renamed it.  Worked fine

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Contributor III
Contributor III

I copied the .shared file from one to the other and renamed it.  Worked fine

View solution in original post

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Looking for your help on this.... How you have downloaded the bookmarks created by user on access point.

I have the same requirement. Please reply.

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Regards

Ashwin

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Hello Ashwin,

I know that your question has been posted for more than a year now but I can't leave it unanswered.

You can find the .shared file containing the bookmarks in your UserDocument folder, on your server.

Regards,

Nicolas

Creator
Creator

Hi,

We moved dashboard to different environment.

I copied the .shared file from existing IE Client dashboard to new environment AJAX client dashboard, but bookmarks are not transferred. Not sure why.

Can any on pls help?

Thanks

Creator
Creator

Where do I even find the .shared file? 😕

Contributor III
Contributor III

Locate the folder path of the .qvw file in question (on your qlikview server). The .shared file should be in the same folder with a file name that exactly matches your .qvw except is also has a .shared after it.