Care to post the details of your server? What Windows OS? 64-bit (just to be sure)? VM? Citrix? Which version of QlikView (Server and Desktop, please include the SR nr)
Are you running these test using an administrator-level account? Or even better, using the account that is running the QlikView services? In QV Desktop on your server?
Are you able to find and open the LEF? IT looks like a permissions problem to me, but that could be a result of encountering other problems before that one.
Assuming that there is no Connector log being created since you are only configuring, is there any message to be found in the Windows Event logs?
The first screenshot is familiar to me, but in my case it's usually caused by another connector (Server Object connector) in QV Desktop. Probably too old to execute properly.
Hello Peter, i wiil try to reply to your questions:
- The server is a VM, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1(64bit)
- The system detail are the following:
- The version of QlikView Desktop is 12.10.20000.0 SR2 (64bit)
- The version of the QlikView Server is 11.20.12235.0 (64bit)
- I am running the test with my account that has adnibitrator rights on the server and with the user that runs the QV Services on the Server, on QlikVeiw Desktop on the server. The problems are the same in both cases.
- I found the LEF file for the QlikView Server in C:\ProgramData\QlikTech, all ok.
- I didnt' t found the LEF for the QlikView SAP Connector in the C:\Program Files\Common Files\ QlikTech\Custom Data\QvSAPSqlConnector so i placed it there manually. This action solved the problem for all the connectors except Bex and SAPSql that keep popping up the stopped running error!!!
- In the event logs i keep getting the following errors for both Bex connector and SAPSQL connector
- The .NET framework version installed on the server is 4.6.2
Is there a problem with licensing the SAP Connector in the regular way?
After reinstalling a SAP Connector, launching a QV Desktop, opening the script editor, selecting one of the SAP Connector types and trying to create a connection, a registration window should appear. You only have to register once for all connector types and for all users. After that, you shouldn't get any messages or dialogs anymore.
I don't thinks it's a registration issue any more after i manually installed the lef file in the proper path.
I believe that the persisting problem with the Bex and SAPSQL connector is due to some kind of problem with the KERNELBASE.dll, located in System32.
All the errors in the Even Viewer are like the following