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Contributor II

relod tast

hi all,

I'm working with qv 11 with publisher, and I want to give a user the option to reload an app independently

the user has a developer license and full access to the model .

I have a bat file which is running well from admin but not for the user, 

"C:\Program Files\QlikView\QV.exe" /r "C:\Qlikview\Models\Financial\Prod\QVW\Model.qvw"

any ideas?

advanced thanks

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Re: relod tast

The user has a remote access to the server/machine where the QlikView exe/files reside?

- Marcus

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Re: relod tast


what if you add

"C:\Program Files\QlikView\qv.exe" /r  /NoSecurity  "C:\Qlikview\Models\Financial\Prod\QVW\Model.qvw"

do this user have read Access to the database/qvd files?

Re: relod tast

Your batch file will not cause the reloaded document to be published in the AccessPoint. You will only reload the Source document.

If you want the AccessPoint copy to be updated as well, consider making this user a Document Administrator.

Contributor II

Re: relod tast

hi Marcus, yes, he has access

after logging in with his user to the server, he tries to run the bat file

Re: relod tast

I think that there is some rights to the exe/qvw or with licence missing. Below your call statement you could add pause:

"C:\Program Files\QlikView\QV.exe" /r "C:\Qlikview\Models\Financial\Prod\QVW\Model.qvw"


then remained the batch-window open after the call and maybe it showed some error-message which might indicate to the real cause.

- Marcus

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