At first glance your proxy address should be https://server003. You will also need to install the certificate from your sense server: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/17.2/Content/DeployingQVNprinting/Installing-sense-certificates.htm
Hello Qlik friends,
i changed my installation. I installed Qlik Sense and Qlik NPrinting on the same machine \\server003\.
Now, it works.
1. I installed Qlik NPrinting on the same machine with Qlik Sense
2. I exported the certificate of Qlik Sense QMC without Password
- Add machine name "Server_name/Domain" or "Server_name"
- Don't type Password
- Select "Include secret key"
- Export file format for certificates: Windows format
INFO: Certificates will be exported to this disk location on the server: C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Repository\Exported Certificates
3. I started QMCCertificatesInstaller, which is in the folder C:\Program Files\NPrintingServer\Tools\
- and followed the screen.
- and selected the exported certificate file, which is in the mentioned folder.
4. I typed in Internet Options, which is in Control Panel\Network and Internet the following information
- Security>Local Internet>Sites>Advanced>
- "Server_name/Domain" and "Server_name"
- Don't Selected "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in the zone
- I went to https://localhost:4993/#/connections
- and updated the connection status of my application press "reload metadata"
Now, it works. But I still have certificate problem in Qlik NPrinting (see attached file)
Maybe, you know the problem with the certificate.
This setup is sufficient in a test environment, but I would not recommend this in a production environment. NPrinting can and will use all of the server's resources which can cause Qlik Sense to crash. Please read the unsupported configurations section on the help page: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/17.2/Content/DeployingQVNprinting/System-requirements.htm
Agree with James.
The certificate issue when you log onto NPrinting setting page is not a problem.
The real problem is that you will have strange things happen if you set up NP and Sense in the same server. And Qlik support will not provide any help because it has been clearly explained in the system requirement in the link that James has provided above.
I uninstalled NPrinting on the \\server003\.
As mentioned, I installed Qlik NPrinting Server 17.2.0 on \\server004\.
- QlikNPrinting RepoService is running,
- QlikNPrinting WebEngine is running,
- QlikNPrinting Scheduler is stopped!
Do you know why the scheduler stops always?
The nprinting_scheduler.log files have all the same information.
Product Assembly Name Product Version Class Name Timestamp Severity Hostname Message Qlik.NPrinting.Scheduler 220.127.116.11 Qlik.NPrinting.Scheduler.SchedulerCore 20161014T080155.166-07:00 WARN GVSVC004 There are no engines online. Qlik.NPrinting.Scheduler 18.104.22.168 Qlik.NPrinting.Scheduler.SchedulerCore 20161014T080200.348-07:00 WARN GVSVC004
There are no enginesonline.
Hopefully, I send you the right information. The Severity is WARN and Message is "There are no engines online.".
I only use Qlik Sense and Qlik NPrinting. Qlik Sense is on a other server and Qlik NPrinting is on a other server installed.
For you help, thank you very much.
Did you just install the NPrintingServer, not NPrinting Engine when you "installed Qlik NPrinting Server 17.2.0 on \\server004\."???
You need to install QlikNPrintingEngine_x64.exe. After that you will see a Qlik NPrinting Engine service.
And you need to set up the engine and make sure it is online first before you do other settings in NPrinting.
Hope this can solve your problem.