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stevegimbrollmt
Contributor II

"Open in Server" option in QlikView Desktop - Does it use the Server inMemory or the Desktop memory?

I have a quiestion,

when you open a qvw from the server in the qlikview 10 desktop, will the in-memory process be handled on the server (like when you use the ajax client) or you will actually use the desktop memory usage.

I would presume that as CPU usage, the desktop CPU will be used when dealing with the actual graphs etc.

Looking forward for some feedback Smiley Happy

Steve

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erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

"Open in Server" option in QlikView Desktop - Does it use the Server inMemory or the Desktop memory?

Sure!

It will use server resources. The client will only receive data for visualization.

Then, you can use very large application that would not even open directly on the client.

Rgds,

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erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

"Open in Server" option in QlikView Desktop - Does it use the Server inMemory or the Desktop memory?

Sure!

It will use server resources. The client will only receive data for visualization.

Then, you can use very large application that would not even open directly on the client.

Rgds,

Employee
Employee

"Open in Server" option in QlikView Desktop - Does it use the Server inMemory or the Desktop memory?

Open in server will work mostly as the ajax client, utilizing the server memory/cpu, with the exception of chart drawing (not calculations) that will be performed locally.

stevegimbrollmt
Contributor II

"Open in Server" option in QlikView Desktop - Does it use the Server inMemory or the Desktop memory?

I thank you for your reply guys,

So as you said, it will open on the Qlikview Desktop like a Web Client rather than the normal QVW file on the desktop and only if I create a new chart, it will utilize client CPU

That explains it all I think.

Thanks again.

Steve



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