4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 9, 2015 3:48 AM by Gabor Tarnoczai RSS

    Dashboard to see the usage in Qliksense

    Mahidhar Alapati

      Hello Everyone,

       

      I would like to know if there is a possibility in Qliksense to show up get the below kind of information in a dashboard so that one can regularly see this dashboard to see all these aspects:

      1) Last time the data was refreshed for an App

      2) The # of rows loaded

      3) The time the App was generated

      4) # of times the App was accessed since the last load

       

      Regards,

      Mahi

        • Re: Dashboard to see the usage in Qliksense
          Chanty 4u

          i think there is no such kind of options are nt available....for that v hve to create seperate variables i thnk..

           

          hope this helps you

           

          Thank u

          Suresh

            • Re: Dashboard to see the usage in Qliksense
              Mahidhar Alapati

              Thanks Suresh.

               

              I know that we have to create a custom dashboard for the same. But what i am curious to know is Where do i get the necessary details as all the log files that i checked do not give me the complete information, in the sense i need the source of such information for me.

              Well, Postgre is the database that Qlik uses. Another possibility that i have in mind is that if i can read the data stored in this DB some way or the other, not sure how if this data would help me.

               

              Any more views or ideas?

               

              Regards,

              Mahidhar

            • Re: Dashboard to see the usage in Qliksense
              Gabor Tarnoczai

              Hi Mahi!

               

              You should investigate the Operations Monitor in Administration stream, or/and you can create an application that read data from Operations Monitor, and/or your application (As far as I know one binary load is permitted per load script, you should read the raw logs, and binary load the other application).

               

              The new analyser application needs a reload task with event trigger to the original application.

               

              It should work.

               

              HTH

               

              G.