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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Hello,

I'm using QV V10 on a x64 2008 R2 server.

Ajax does not appera available on Accesspoint, even when user choicce as default view.

On my server Windows Application log is saying "file not supported. (.ASPX)

" and this issue from QVWeb server.

I cannot find what's wrong...

Any idea ???

Regards,

T. Barq

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MVP
MVP

file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Hi Thierry,

Do you have .NET 4 (extended) installed onto the computer where the QlikView Web Server is running? Are you using instead IIS? Is the QEMC working and allowing you to change settings for the QlikView Web Server?

Hope that helps.

Miguel

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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Hi Miguel, thx for this quick help ;-) Framework .Net 4 is installed, extended+client profile + both FRA langages pack for extended&client profile. QEMC is working & allowing me to make change to webserver settings. Any other idea ? Regards. Thierry

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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

I forget to answer to one of your question : i'm using QVWebServer 100%, IIS is not installed on the qv server.

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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Could you explain what you did before getting the error? Could you open the access point page? What happens when you try to open a document with the ajax client? What is the URL once the error occurs?

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Re: file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Well, i've never had Ajax running yet !! First i checked Ajax as default preffered client, and then i go to http://myserver/qlikview page. This is sort by document path in detail view. Choice is made for Plugin, it works, a link is available on each model. If i choose Ajax client, i cannot go further. Any idea ? Thierry

MVP
MVP

file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Hi Thierry,

Has the user running QlikView services permissions on the folders where the documents and the applications is?

Regards.

Miguel

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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

Yes, service user is called qv_admin and is local administrator group membership, which as rights to manage all folders where are documents & webserver application.

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Re: file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

If i choose Ajax client, i cannot go further.

Thierry: but what happens exactly when you try to open a document in ajax? To which address are you redirected? What is the content of the page?

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file not supported. (.ASPX) QVWebServer Logging

I cannot open a document in ajax, i've no link over the documents in the accesspoint. I don't know any other way to open documents...

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