2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 20, 2015 11:50 PM by chinna katiki RSS

    QVSCALManager.qvw reload is getting failed

    chinna katiki

      Dear All,

       

      We are using Qlikveiw 11.2 sr10.

       

      To analyze our CALs usage we are using the QVSCALManager.qvw utiliy from  David VASSEUR

       

      Qlikview Server CAL Manager

       

      Everything working fine and it is a great tool. Thanks a lot David for such a wonderful document.

       

      I'm facing a issue only when I tried to reload the document using QMC TASK.

       

      I can able to relaod it manually in the server remote desktop.

      I'm using the same service account(used for Qlikview server installation)  to login to remote desktop . This ID is member of server admin group. Some how it is giving the permission related error (in task log when I checked, it is unable to override the existing qvw due to insufficient previleges) ending up with failure of reload task.

       

      Please share your thoughts .

       

      BR,

      Chinna

        • Re: QVSCALManager.qvw reload is getting failed
          David Vasseur

          What is the error message ? "unable to override the existing qvw due to insufficient previleges" would mean that there is some security issue at the file level (the Windows account used is not granted to overwrite the existing file => check your NTFS permissions)

            • Re: QVSCALManager.qvw reload is getting failed
              chinna katiki

              Hi David,

               

              I have modified the script littile and moved the QVS Cal Manger qvw to other directory(not under program files) and reloaded the data.

               

              As the service account is not having write previlege in Program Files directory and we cannot add our service account to Program Files due to our internal policy, I had to move the QVSCALManager to outside of the program files.

               

              Thanks a lot for the document.

               

              Best Regards,

              Chinna