Any idea why this link works and automatically passes the user/password and open the qvw:
However this one doesn't. He still pops up the user/password text box:
This is QV 11, IE8
Are you trying to pass section access password or Windows password?
I was browsing the community to find a solution for a similar issue. I have a couple players which are not member of the AD domain. I would like to play some presentation, retrieving some embedded web content from Qlikview. However, the application keeps prompting for a username and password.
We are using QV11 with IE10.
We do get to the point where it bypasses the login prompt but the next message is "No Connection"
Any idea ?
Thanks in advance,
Wrong link. You should use smth like this:
1. http://fbc-qv/QvAJAXZfc/opendoc.htm - general link to AJAX module
2. document = ... afterpart with all parameters for general link. All comands in it must be separated with &.
Authentification is part of 2 and mustn't be separated with ?
Ashfaq is correct if you are using the AJAX client.
When connecting to QlikView Server from Windows clients, either via the Open in Server dialog or via
link files, the identity to be used is specified via the pseudo-URL document address.
The syntax is:
qvp://[[username]@]servername [:(port | protocol)] /
username is a Windows user ID
servername is the name of a server running QlikView Server
documentname is the name of the QlikView document (excluding qvw extension)
port (e.g. 4749) can be used to specify a specific port used by the server
protocol (e.g. http) can be used to specify tunneling protocol
paramname := (USERID | XUSERID | PASSWORD | XPASSWORD | MACRO |
USERID denotes a section access userID in clear text
XUSERID denotes a scrambled section access userID
PASSWORD denotes a section access password in clear text
XPASSWORD denotes a scrambled section access password
MACRO denotes the name of a macro to be run when the document is opened
(only one macro allowed)
IIS_AUTHENTICATE denotes a single-use key (40 hex characters) for IIS integrated authentication.
paramvalue is a valid value for each parameter.
@ without username denotes anonymous identity.
If user identity is omitted altogether, the logged in Windows identity is assumed.