3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 28, 2017 8:48 AM by Marcos Herrera RSS

    Qlik NPrinting 17.3.0 connection to QlikView (Use of resources)

    Marcos Herrera

      Hi Dear Qlik Community

       

      I have a Question about the use of QlikView resources in a Qlik N Priting connection, i need know if the following appreciations are well

       

      1) Qlik NPrinting connected to a Local File on Qlik NP Server (Local Mode): In this scenario the Qlik NP Server opens the QVW File with QV Desktops and the resources resources (CPU and RAM) to open and navigate QVW File are consumed by the  Qlik NP server


      2) Qlik NPrinting connected to a QlikView File located on a QlikView Server  (Server Mode): In this scenario the Qlik NP Server opens the QVW File on QlikView Server and the resources (CPU and RAM) to open and navigate QVW File  are consumed on the  QlikView server


      3) Qlik NPrinting connected to a QlikView File located on a QlikView Server  (Cluster Mode): In this scenario the Qlik NP Server opens the QVW File on QlikView Server on cluster and the resources (CPU and RAM) to open and navigate QVW File  are consumed on the  QlikView server on cluster mode.



      Thanks

       

        • Re: Qlik NPrinting 17.3.0 connection to QlikView (Use of resources)
          Marcos Herrera

          Hi Dear QV  Community

           

          I Made some tests and i found the following results:

           

          1) Qlik NPrinting connected to a Local File on Qlik NP Server (Local Mode): When the reload meta data and publish task execution are running the resources (CPU and RAM) to open and navigate QVW File are consumed by the  Qlik NP server by QlikView Desktop


          2) Qlik NPrinting connected to a QlikView File located on a QlikView Server  (Server Mode): When the reload meta data task are runing the QlikView Resources (CPU and RAM) are consumed by the server, but when the publish task are runing the resources (CPU and RAM) to open and navigate QVW File are consumed by the  Qlik NP server by QlikView Desktop.


          The scenario 3 could not be tested because the cluster installation are not ready.


          My big concern is that the QlikView resources have to be consumed by the Qlik NPriting machine, this generates too slow the generation of reports when many users