Thanks Kwok. That makes sense then.
It does appear in the Web view on Access Point when I select Full Browser.
The only thing is when I select a task or a report to run, it does not go into the queue to run.
I've got this working on my server and when I am in Web mode on my desktop application, I can click on the task and the report buttons, these do work. Just on the Access Point web view, they do not work.
In the IE browser Ajax client won't enabled or worked out. Try to achieve this in different browser like Chrome. You will see your chart. In Application's Webview mode we can see the charts with the expected output. But , Whereas IE won't supports Ajax client. Extensions will works only through Ajax client.
Ajax will work with the IE, extensions are not compatible with the IE Plugin.
Selecting Full Browser uses Ajax and you will have the extensions enabled.
This post lists the differences between the IE Plugin & Ajax https://community.qlik.com/docs/DOC-9167
Typically when you have an issue, such as you described, it is most like ley related to the machine name/ip address and security.
Please make sure the machine/ip, as ell as the port number is correct and you have the appropriate access
In the past, when I ahve had similar issues, that is where the problem resided
Maybe I might have this wrong.
My application is on TestServer
My nPrinting nsq is on the nPrinting Server
I go to Access Point on my local computer using Firefox or Chrome.
Open up the application through the browser.
Then I click on the buttons once loaded.
Here is a screen shot of what I have for a button.
let nPrinting = '\\10.18.108.134\d$\Nprinting Apps\Service Desk\Service_Desk_Report.nsq';
I think your problem is, that your QlikView Server and your NPrinting Server are running on different machines and you use localhost as hostname in the extension. If you open the the document via AJAX the QV localhost will be resolved to 127.0.0.1 (loopback QV server).
You should use the NPrinting Server IP as hostname.