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gidon500
Contributor II

create a log file

Hello , i have a mission to create a log file  of users who open a module by , user name , date and time  ,  hope it is possible thanks gidon

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v_iyyappan
Valued Contributor

Re: create a log file

Hi,

     Using Setting---> Document Properties---> General tab ---> Generate Log file and reload the file. you will get the txt file based on your script log.

I attached a sample Image.

Regards,

Iyyappan

gidon500
Contributor II

create a log file

Hi Iyyappan

thanks for your  prompt response ,

what i need  is a log file  that will  accumulate all users that  log into the module ,

by user , and timestamp .

so i can track the users that log into the module ,

is it possible ?

thanks

gidon

magavi_framsteg
Contributor III

create a log file

Hi Gidon.

Please define "module".

Kind regards

Magnus Åvitsland

BI Consultant

Framsteg Business Intelligence Corp.

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create a log file

in the Qlikview Management Console go to System-Setup-Logging-and click on Enable Audit Logging

gidon500
Contributor II

Re: create a log file

Hi

The module is the document

Thanks

Gidon

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magavi_framsteg
Contributor III

create a log file

Hi again Gidon.

The data you're after is in the Session logs.

Default location is C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\somewhere.

(do a search for session*.*)

The session log for a user is written when the session expires.

You can load this file and get what you want, or you can use the QV11SystemMonitor.qvw provided here on the community.

Kind regards

Magnus Åvitsland

BI Consultant

Framsteg Business Intelligence Corp.