Checked all those settings. Didn't know about QEMC, but unfortunately they are all set to what you mentioned. I'll experiment with the trigger events. I think you're right, the sollution may be to use a trigger event.
Thanks for your reply. If I get it, I'll post a reply on this thread
"Allow only one copy of document in memory" refers to QVS = serving files to clients , not to Publisher = reloading files.
One file cannot be opened in two programs, and both programs saving it one after the other. File is locked by developer tool, and Publisher will fail to reload it.
You are free to make a copy of the file and edit the copy instead.
OK, seem have this working now. My user is accessing this QVW via Access Point.
Using QMC(Qlikview Mananagement Console) I have the the QVD loader running every 2 minutes
The QVW(The document the user opens) is reloaded on completion of the QVD loader, this is also using the QMC scheduler.
In the QVW I have the document server settings to "Server performs refresh automatically without client action" and "Just do it"
I then placed a text object on the sheet that had =now(). This keeps the web session active and when the QVW is reloaded by the server, the server pushes the reloaded QVW out to memory. I'm not sure if that is truely what happens but net effect is that the user can have this screen changing every 2 minutes without touching it.
This still seems to work regardless of whether the document setting in QEMC (Qlikview Enterprise Management Console) "Allow only one copy of document in memory " is selected or not. I've kept this checked as it seems like the right thing to do.
The important thing required to make this work using Access Point is to open the document using the IE plugin. All the others didn't work.
Thanks for your help guys and Qliktech Support