3 Replies Latest reply: Aug 27, 2015 8:36 AM by Chris Cammers RSS

    QlikSense server doubts

      Please help me in clarifying below

      1. Can HUB user, Reload the Document? and can be able to create data model by using the QVDs or even by binary loads?

      2. I heard that QES have been serving all the documents to the Users, Is that means, all the User Documents will be stored in this Rim Node Hard drive after refreshing? what about QVD's storage?

      (User Documents: The document with refreshed Data)

        • Re: QlikSense server doubts
          Chris Cammers

          The answer to Question 1 is Yes, if you configure security to allow it, the default security configuration gives users a very high level of interaction and manipulation of documents.

           

          Question 2. All qvf files are stored in the server by default but you can configure the engine to store them in different paths, I've not experimented with it much so I'm not sure about limitations.. QVD's can be written to locations throughout your network depending on the permissions given to the server service account as the folder data connections you set up.

            • Re: QlikSense server doubts

              Thank you for the reply Chris.

              Quetion2:

              Yes, We can configure the storage settings to any of folder with in the site. For best practise, Do we need to store them in the server where QES is installed?

                • Re: QlikSense server doubts
                  Chris Cammers

                  When it comes to Qlik Sense I would say I am still trying to riddle out the "best practices" but I can tell you that when it comes to qvf files the speed at which you can open the files will matter. Just like QlikView Server a big document will have some lag while the server loads the file into RAM. I think you are going to want to be cautious when moving the files around since it could have a negative impact on your users but I do think best practice would dictate that we get them out of the C drive.