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Umesh
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Qlikview Session Log- How to Find the Lease License Users information

Hi ,

Could you help to understand how to collect the Lease License Users Information from the Server Logs ?

Suggest me whether the session logs file with the Client type Window Exe Can be consider as the Users Lease License from the Desktop version to connect appropriate Qvw files for Development?

 

Thanks in Advance !

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Re: Qlikview Session Log- How to Find the Lease License Users information

The Session log is a good start to figure out what users use the Desktop client to connect using "Open in Server..." and opening a document, however it will not be able to tell you whether or not the user leased a license.

You'll get Windows Exe in the Client column and the version (example 12.30.20000.0) in the version, as well as the Cal Type (Named User). That's it though.

There are two places where you can track this.

The Event log of the QlikView server:

It will log an entry such as...

Notice License: License leased to user DOMAIN\ADMINISTRATOR

...when a user leases a license. 

Option number two is to look at the license lease history:

This can be looked at in the QlikView Management Console in  System > Licenses > QlikView Server > Client Access Licenses (CALs) > History

leaseme.png

 

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Re: Qlikview Session Log- How to Find the Lease License Users information

The Session log is a good start to figure out what users use the Desktop client to connect using "Open in Server..." and opening a document, however it will not be able to tell you whether or not the user leased a license.

You'll get Windows Exe in the Client column and the version (example 12.30.20000.0) in the version, as well as the Cal Type (Named User). That's it though.

There are two places where you can track this.

The Event log of the QlikView server:

It will log an entry such as...

Notice License: License leased to user DOMAIN\ADMINISTRATOR

...when a user leases a license. 

Option number two is to look at the license lease history:

This can be looked at in the QlikView Management Console in  System > Licenses > QlikView Server > Client Access Licenses (CALs) > History

leaseme.png

 

Hope this helps!

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