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in Governance Dashboard, tab Operations and then Session, what's the different between "Sessions" and "Session calls"?
Since I can never remember, I looked up in the QlikView Server Documentation, chapter 7.2 where it describes Session "Calls" as "Number of QlikView calls during the session (bidirectional)".
I honestly don't know exactly what that entails, but the intent of that metric is to provide more of an idea of the load on a server.
A session is when the user opens the app, but during that session, there are lots of 'calls' going back and forth.
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Here's what I found from Qlik Support last year:
it’s a counter which counts number of requests that Server received during last performance collect interval.
if i'm not wrong ,
here session means,in which interval the qv documents are accessed.
session cals-- it's type of cal to provide access on document for a certain time.
Thank you but is not session caLs, it's session caLLs