You are talking about giving unlimited anonymous users access to one QV document on the open web.
This can be done by getting yourself an Information Access Server (or IAS).
Here are two examples of such a server in action:
- These servers are not cheap
- If you want to limit / control the access, you might be better of with getting a QlikView Extranet Server (QES).
Feel free to share those links. I use them during my training to "demo" the IAS server.
Please note that the Information Access Server and the QlikView Extranet Server are two totally different solutions.
The first allows anonymous access without CALs. The server comes at a high price with some serious restrictions that get "compensated" by not having to buy CALs.
The second is near the price of an Enterprise Server, allows more documents, requires login, but also requires (session) CALs.
Be sure to have a call with our local office to investigate the possibilities. If you are talking about an OEM solution, their might even be more options.