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Good day everybody,

i'm facing a "no server" error when i reach the access point

context :

i'm working on a VM.

QVS (v9) is set, all QV services are started (IIS is running too),

my user administrator is located in Qlikview administator group and i can run QMC and QEMC

My users are declared

Pb:

whan i launch internet on http://localhost/qlikview i reach the access point.

I authentified either as a user or administrator but get "No server".

can somebody explain to me what is wrong?

thank you

chris

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Sunil,

i found it.

the sercver connection name was simply not defined!!

have a good day

christian

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chauhans85
Esteemed Contributor

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use http://your Ip address/qlikview

i belive u require to access from server so u need to access using

ex:

http://10.20.30http://10.20.30.4.4http://10.20.30.40/qliview

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HI sunil,

i did use my http://localhost/qlikview address. Because everything is set on my VM and i'm testing on it

I tries as well with 127.0.0.1 which is the same

christian

MVP
MVP

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Christian,

Probably asking the obvious but is the service actually running? Check in the Windows Startup button, Run, Services.msc and make sure that all services that start with "QlikView" are up and running. In addition to this, if you just have installed the server, you will need to reboot your computer so the permissions and users created during the install are working fine.

If you can get to the QEMC, check the Status tab, "Services" menu and all servers show the correct server name and "Running" status.

Hope that helps.

Miguel Angel Baeyens

BI Consultant

Comex Grupo Ibérica

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Hello Miguel Angel

thak's for the answer but every thing is running normally

that's the reason i don't undrrstand why i get "no server" message

regards

christian

MVP
MVP

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Christian, is the QlikView WebServer running as well? It may conflict with the IIS if both are listening to port 80 (check here), so the client might get an answer from the incorrect web server. Anyway, check this post and this thread regarding to your issue.

Hope that helps.

Miguel Angel Baeyens

BI Consultant

Comex Grupo Ibérica

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Miguel

i found it.

the sercver connection name was simply not defined!!

have a good day

christian

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Sunil,

i found it.

the sercver connection name was simply not defined!!

have a good day

christian

chauhans85
Esteemed Contributor

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i believe server connection name and server ip is one and the same.is it right.

can u please get back on this.

shumailh
Contributor III

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Christian,

I am gettign the same message can you please let me know how to define the server connection name in QlikView?

Regards,

Shumail Hussian

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