Important and useful support information about end-of-product support, new service releases, and general support topics.
Hello Qlik Users,
There has been some conflicting information floating around in the Qlik Community that we would like to clear up:
Qlik NPrinting 2019 and above is supported with QlikView 12.50 SR2.
We apologize for any confusion there may have been.
An issue, however, has been identified with QlikView 12.50 SR2 and NPrinting for a specific deployment configuration that we would like to make everyone aware of.
Any QlikView customers that use DMS authorization AND have a clustered environment, may receive a connection failure with Qlik NPrinting.
Due to the nature of this issue, we are asking any QlikView customers that connect to Qlik NPrinting with this specific type of configuration to hold off on upgrading to QlikView 12.50 SR2.
The issue is planned to be fixed with the Qlik NPrinting November release. We will follow up on this issue as we get more information
Please let us know if you have any questions in the comments below. We apologize, once again, for any confusion there may have been.
Thank you for choosing Qlik!
Qlik Digital Support
Hi @Jamie_Gregory , Thanks for update on this.
I understand what issue is described above. I would like to flip this message upside down and ask another question then:
Is QlikView 12.50 SR2 supporting Qlik NPrinting 2019 and above in configuration where there is single QlikView node server which uses NTFS authorization only? Yes or No?
Would such configuration be supported from Qlik support point of view? Obviously we need to know that before we proceed with client upgrades.
@Lech_Miszkiewicz Yes, a single node QlikView node server with NTFS authorization is supported.
time to start upgrades then 🙂
Dear Qlik Team, We are currently at 12.10 SR8 version of Qlikview and do have DMS authorization AND have a clustered environment. Could you please confirm if the problem mentioned is fixed with QV12.50 SR2 and can we upgrade to this version?
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