If Server is not there than you can use ErrorMode() function in your script.
This variable determines what action is to be taken by QlikView when an error is encountered during script execution. By default (ErrorMode=1) the script execution will halt and the user will be prompted for action (non-batch mode). By setting ErrorMode =0 QlikView will simply ignore the failure and continue script execution at the next script statement. By setting ErrorMode =2 QlikView will trigger an "Execution of script failed..." error message immediately on failure, without prompting the user for action beforehand.
Returns the error code of the last executed script statement. This variable will be reset to 0 after each successfully executed script statement. If an error occurs it will be set to an internal QlikView error code. Error codes are dual values with a numeric and a text component. The following error codes exist:
General ODBC Error
General OLE DB Error
General XML Error
General HTML Error
File Not Found
Database Not Found
Table Not Found
Field Not Found
File Has Wrong Format
load * from abc.qvw;
if ScriptError=8 then
That's right Marius.
What Nag is suggesting is valid if I want to skip script errors.
In this case, all I want is to load qlikview (program and script window running scripts) minimized.
I couldn't find any option for that in qlikview application, not even using switches. I've also tried to install external programs that force to minimize programs, but it didn't work with qlikview so far.
I found the following thread useful, yet I wasn't able to reproduce it on my end: