The external trigger will "trigger" an event on the Qlikview Server.
Each application in Qlikview is then able to run and generate datawarehouse files called QVD.
One QVD file is one table...
Qlikview can be developped to do incremental loads ( handles insert only / inser / update , insert / update / delete).
In most cases you'll need to develop the qlikview application in order to handle the incremental updates, that means you'll have to define strategies for the different tables.
I hope it answer to your questions.
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One of the main advantages of the AJAX architecture is the inherent asynchronous
update capability to provide quick, incremental updates to the user
interface, without requiring a browser page refresh. --> Reference Manual QV Server
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- SAP BI process chains
- QV task triggered by successfully finished process chain (1)
The client doesn't want to define dependencies between SAP and QV workflows.
Hope this is a more clearly explanation of my problem.
We are trying to launch a Qlikview task from SAP. We are using Qlikview version 9 SR2.
Using EDX trigger(with HTTP posts and tokens) from internet explorer works fine.
However, we are facing an authorisation issue when sending the HTTP posts from SAP. Instead of receiving a reply with a "GetTimeLimitedRequestKeyResult" from the server, we are getting an authorisation denied 401 error message. From what I understood, the distribution web service is set up with NTLM authorisation.
I am curious to know how you set up your parameters to chain SAP and Qlikview using the xml http request
Corine Lee Baw
We have QV 9 and Publisher. The user sendig EDX request is member of the local QV admin group on QV server.
Our SAP server is member of a workgoup and QV Server is member of a different domain. Networkconnection is open on board 4720 for both directions. I am not sure, if the EDX request rearly arrives on our QV Server.
Do you know a QV log file, where I shall find the incoming EDX requests? I did not find a request iin WebService log.
thanks for your help
Urgent help required.
I am working on triggerring the QMC tasks in batch(based on ETL Load completion) instead of scheduling/time trigger in QMC. The idea is to reduce the load on QMC and overcome the limitation of n number of simultaneous tasks in QMC. I tried the /r or /l option but it is doing a plain reload on the Client(In a new window) than on the Server. I want to remove the scheduling from QMC, but want to monitor those tasks in QMC. In other words, the existing waterfall QMC tasks are to be triggered from windows bat program based on ETL Load completion so that the QMC schedules can be removed, but still the tasks should be able to be monitored in QMC.