2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 8, 2010 11:15 AM by Gordon Savage RSS

    Accesspoint - why?

    Gordon Savage

      I have only seen screen shots of AccessPoint in the manuals and think the interface quite honestly looks awful. What are the advantages over a simple link from a web page? Does AccessPoint only show the user the documents that he has permissions to in terms of Windows and 'Section Access'?

      Am I missing something?

      Regards,

      Gordon

        • Accesspoint - why?

          Yes, the advantage is, that the AccessPoint is personalized:

          - So one does only see those QlikView-applications with appropriate permissions

          Best regards

          Stefan

            • Accesspoint - why?
              Gordon Savage

              Thanks Stefan,

              I can see that is has an advantage, but at the cost of the interface and adding another layer of complexity. At the moment I have an asp menu (cloned from the examples I think), but which delivers a corporate style page and allows, for example, 'marquee' scrolling to show information/news. Nice and simple!

              Is the Accesspoint interface configurable? My question I think should have been 'what am I missing out on by not using AccessPoint'? For example is it neccessary to use AccessPoint to force the release of Session or Document CALs?

              Regards,

              Gordon