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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

Hi all,

when I use the QlikView Server to relaod my dashboards I get the following line as an example.

The task "Development/IE Dashboard.qvw" finished with warnings. WarningCount=3

The dashboard looks fine when I view it through AccessPoint, and I cannot seem to find what these 'warnings' are.

Can anyone tell me where I can find details of them?

Regards,

Matt

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ggg
Contributor II

When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

Matt,

Check the log files to see where these warnings are generated:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\QlikTech\Publisher\Qlikview Distribution Service\Log

Find the date and name and look through the log file to find the warnings.

Regards,

Gustav






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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

I found the detailed logs on:
"C: \ Program Files \ QlikTech \ Publisher \ QlikView Distribution Service \ 1 \ Log \"
In my case it was WarningCount = 4. I found the qvw not answered in 300s, despite having performed and completed perfeitamente.Penso now that should only increase the waiting time if I want.
Thank you for your assistance!

Win2008R2-QVS 9.0.7320.7

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

I am having the same problem with WarningCount=4, but I can only find the applikation name in the log file Default.xls. Am I look in the wrong log fil?

How can I increase the waiting time?

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

What operating system of machine?

Local logs detailing the charges.
C: \ Program Files \ QlikTech \ Publisher \ QlikView Distribution Service \ ..

In 2003
C: \ Documents and Settings \ All Users \ Application Data \ QlikTech \ Publisher \ QlikView Distribution Service \ ..
Each system has a place, almost default. Search for *. log
Neighborhood I could see is that every event that escapes the pattern is taken as warning;
Example: Do not respond in a few seconds dials and 1 warning. He returned to meet again and caught 2 mark warning. And so continues. So it is better to analyze the log of each application to find out the warning happened.

Anything we are there.

jsomsen
Contributor III

When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

I had a similar problem and temporarily traced it back to Tasks that I created using QMC. What fixed it for me was to delete the old task and completely recreate the task using QEMC. The Warnings went away. I am not sure if this is your same situation, but thought I would throw it out there for you.

I did throw this to QV Support as a potential bug. Please let me know if this helps and I will forward on to the support rep I was working with.

Thanks,

JS

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

QlikView Distribution Service is running on a Windows 2008 64bit server.

Do you know if QlikTech has a list of all warning codes?

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

I have created all my tasks using QEMC. Please let me know if you get some feedback from QV Support!

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

I do not know if they are codes of warning or the amount of warnings that the task recorded, as I had described in the previous message.

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When reloading on the server I get a warning count - but the dashboard looks fine

The name says it is warning count, ie count of warnings and not warning code. I speak Portuguese but that is what I am interpreting the word. I may be wrong, let's kill this riddle and solve this common problem of all.
In my case I was in the logs, where you quoted and read each line of the log of the task for a particular application. While reading warning count = 1 had already passed a mistake, I saw that for example the error that was not answered in 1800 seconds or 300 .. I altered the parameters of this server and ran the task again and so would eliminate the warnings.

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