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This is Power Tools 1.1 for QlikView.
For the absolute latest version, please see Power Tools for QlikView - One-stop-shop
It is currently a set of 12 tools to help manage your QlikView deployments.
This is the Release notes.
Here is the Readme Document.
I am using the ServerObjectHandler to migrate an app and all user objects from server to server, and am finding the ObjectContent, DocumentContent and MetaData tags for each object cannot be forced to change ownership:
Can you suggest a way to change the ownership of these types of .shared content so i am able to migrate user created charts and their position in the user environment.
This would help solve a massive problem for us!
I installed the Server Super Agent on the administrator account in the publisher server. The application will email me if i start it up and one of the services is down or disconnected, but doesn't seem to email me if the application is activly running and a service goes down.
The application was monitoring the production server, and it was recorded as down in the logs but no email was sent. Is there a certain threshold, or number of down events that need to occur before an email is sent? Is there some other problem?
i love the QV User Manager !
But maybe it will be possible to make an option in the cfg file, to change the default 30days when the CALs will removed ?! - that would be create , because 30 Days is to much for us.
When running qv-user-manager (v1.01) on Windows 2008 R2 (x64) I am getting the following error. Google search seems to indicate that it is an issue with the the program not being compiled for 64 bit. Error doesn't appear in v1.00.
So... any help? I got this error in qv-user-manager:
[The binding at system.serviceModel/bindings/basicHttpBinding does not have a con
figured binding named 'BasicHttpBinding_IQMSBackend'. This is an invalid value f
or bindingConfiguration. (C:\Users\user\qv_ptools2\Qv User Manager
11\qv-user-manager.exe.Config line 35)]
Line 35 qv-user-manager.exe.config:
<add name="serviceKeyBehavior" type="qv_user_manager.ServiceKeyBehaviorExtensionElement, qv-user-manager, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"/>
Am I missing something?
Is there any where in the User Manager that I can see how many CAL have been Allocated to a document but not yet assigned to a user.
In the QvUserManager, I really don't know. I would guess no, though. The only way is to try it, but I haven't had time.
I can be retrieved via the APIs though; the data should be fully visible in the DocumentMetaData.DocumentMetaDataLicensing object. You can get that from the GetDocumentMetaData method:
DocumentMetaData GetDocumentMetaData (
The userDocument parameter is the user document you are targeting, and the scope is in this case the value "Licensing" in the enumerator DocumentMetaDataScope (DocumentMetaDataScope.Licensing.
That method will return a DocumentMetaData object, that has the following members (given the Licensing scope is selected);
That should in terms be sufficient to extract the data you want.
Thanks. I will give it a go.
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When running call-qv-user-manager.bat I have the following message error :
By reading the forum I noticed that Power tool use .NET 4
Therefore I checked the installed program but as you see below .NET 4 is installed ?!?
Could you please help me on this topic ?
Many thanks in advance
install the 3.5 version as well