Yes, I can assign multiple triggers, but then my receiving script won't know which trigger that was triggered?
I operate a publisher, how do I embed the failure details in the command line? I (quickly) read the help but did not see that?
Finally, my example was just an example, in reality i have 100+ tasks, and adding/maintaining triggers for all of them is a hassle. Therefore a */catchall "on failure" with a parameter of which task that failed would be a really nice thing to have.
True, that's the tradeoff for not having to create 100+ additional and almost identical failure registration tasks.
I don't know. You are free to put anything in the command line that is acceptable to the program you try to run. Suppose your command line says something like this: C:\Program Files\Report\Report.exe -msg="ABC", then you can adjust the msg parameter for every other task you need to trigger. Of course this only works if you keep to the 100+ additional failure registration tasks.
I do believe that this is a major hassle. But unfortunately there is no standard solution available as you describe. Maybe you can request a new QlikView Server feature in Ideas
I guess you could use the management API to create a task monitoring tool that checks for task failures and reports them in a generalized way. But I'm sure that building your own tool is part of range of possible solutions you are envisioning...