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version 9, how can i choose qv 32bit or qv 64 bit to reload my docs?

hi,

the sever is 64 bit , but i need to run the qv.exe 32 bit to reload some docs..

other docs will reload by the qv 64 bit...

how can i do it ?

thanks,doron

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version 9, how can i choose qv 32bit or qv 64 bit to reload my docs?

You may reload any document and publish them on a 64-bit server. But you may run into problem if you try to load too large data volumes on a 32-bit machine. But if you manage to load data and save the qvw it will be no problem to use it on any 64-bit machine.

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version 9, how can i choose qv 32bit or qv 64 bit to reload my docs?

i will improve my explenation:

the server is 64bit, i installed sever standart edition.

and instll qv 32 bit beacauser the special odbc i used can work 32 bit only.

its work for me in version 8 with no problem.

now in the management how can i tell the load to run the qv.exe of the 32 bit?

just to mantion, user open can open these files in 32 or 64 bit its doesnt matter !!

thanks and sorry for the miss understood.

doron

erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

version 9, how can i choose qv 32bit or qv 64 bit to reload my docs?

In this special case, could you create an External Task and call a .bat?

Alternatively, you could program some reload tasks under windows task manager.

prieper
Honored Contributor II

version 9, how can i choose qv 32bit or qv 64 bit to reload my docs?

Within the batches we usually specify the program, which to be used, below is an extract of one of our batches:


: *** Assign variables ******************************************************************
SET qv8_32= "C:\Program Files (x86)\QlikView\QV.exe" /r
SET qv8= "C:\Program Files\QlikView\QV.exe" /r

SET script= "C:\QV-Data\Main_Tables\Scripts\"
SET pub= "C:\QV-Data\Applications\Public\"
SET test= "C:\QV-Data\Applications\Testing\"

: *******************************************************************************************
: *** Estimations Feeder (ODBC to MS-Access)
%qv8_32% %script%Make EstimFDR.qvw

: *** Estimations Cenco
%qv8% %script%Make Estimations Cenc 20080228.qvw


Guess you can grap the idea behind.

HTH
Peter