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Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Hi,

I would like to automatically reload my document on a qlikview server (version 9), every hour (so far no problem...), but only during business hours. I don't see how to do this in the Enterprise Management Console. Is there any other way to achieve this ?

thanks

Filip

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fernandotoledo
Valued Contributor

Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Thats a nice question!

I don´t realy know, but there is a configuration option of the QVW´s avaliability in QVS Management Console under "User Documents" where you can set the days/hours that the aplication will be available.

I cant test it now but maybe a document unavailable wouldn't reload...

let´s try!

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Reload between 8AM and 6PM

hi

you make the batch file and put in window scheduler then configure the window scheduler.

Regards

Ashish

lhr
Contributor III

Reload between 8AM and 6PM

you need a publisher license to set up such a schedule.

cheers

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Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Hi ,

Please find the attached print screen .You can put you start time and end time in the publisher.

Thanks,

Ravi

lhr
Contributor III

Reload between 8AM and 6PM

those options are only available if you have a publisher license.

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Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Thanks for all these answers. As we don't have (yet) a publisher licence, I'll settle with the ".bat-solution"Smile combinded with the windows scheduler.

Filip

pkelly
Valued Contributor

Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Just as a heads up Filip...

We use the Windows Scheduler / Batch File method but have to keep an eye on the server console as they can sometimes hang....

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Reload between 8AM and 6PM

The functionality of Publisher is certainly more desirable than the batch method. Also, you need to have an installation (read, licensed) of QV developer to do the reload. I hate the batch method with a passion Smiley Happy

My solutions for this would be:

Create an EDX Script (VBScript) that is triggered from Windows Task Scheduler/other scheduling software during the correct hours. Granted this needs some scripting skills, so...

Create 8 jobs, each one runs on a different hour each day. Easy.

pkelly
Valued Contributor

Reload between 8AM and 6PM

Can you please post an example of your VBSCRIPT....

Have personally been using the batch file / windows scheduler method so far.

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