3 Replies Latest reply: May 14, 2014 2:59 AM by Erik Gustafsson RSS

    qvObject QlikViewDocument options

      Hi,

           I added a qvObject to my website. When  I go to select  QlikViewDocument I only see 'Select' and '--------------------' options.

      I have a licensed QlikView server installed but I don't see any options pre-populating for the QlikViewDocument property. I tried to define a new document in QlikView management console but no luck there.

       

      Could someone please advise how to create different QlikView data sources in QlikViewServer and use them to set the QlikViewDocument property in qvObject.

       

      Thank you,

      Mahita

        • Re: qvObject QlikViewDocument options
          Erik Gustafsson

          Hi Mahita,

           

          Is this about WorkBench? Is the servername correct? Do you need to use the proxy setting?

           

          Regards,

          Erik

            • Re: qvObject QlikViewDocument options

              Hi Erik,

                   Yes, this is about Workbench.

              Yes, the server name is correct.

              The current settings I have in the web.config file are

               

               

                <QlikViewWorkBench>

                  <General>

                    <add key="Proxy" value="/Proxy.aspx"/>

                    <add key="LogFile" value="wb.log"/>

                    <add key="Header" value="QVUSER"/>

                    <add key="QvAjaxZfcPath" value="http://MRA_QV/QvAjaxZfc"/>

                  </General>

                </QlikViewWorkBench>

               

              Please let me know if any setting is missing.

               

              Thank you,

              Mahita

                • Re: qvObject QlikViewDocument options
                  Erik Gustafsson

                  Hi Mahita,

                   

                  If you are only getting a --------------------, means that you have access to the machine but your user does not have access to any documents.

                  When using NTLM, you can use the App Pool in IIS for instance to set a service account that accesses documents. Or one can delegate the IIS, so that the end-user accesses documents (which is better from a CAL point of view, and access-wise).

                  Either way, make sure the end-user, the app pool account or the service account has some kind of access to a document for the sake of troubleshooting and trying to get this to work. This can be within QlikView (if using DMS authorization) under the Document > Authorization, or File Security on the actual properties of the file (if using NTFS authorization).

                   

                  Regards,

                  Erik