If found the following information (below), I tried this and we do get the message ''Welcome to your friendly GeoAnalytics servlet", but when click on 'Test Connection' we keep getting the 'Connection faild' error.
Qlik GeoAnalytics utilises Qlik web services hosted at qlikcloud.com (by default).
To verify web services are accessible from client do the following:
- On the machine where Qlik GeoAnalytics are installed open a browser and go to
- On a successful connection the following message will be displayed
"Welcome to your friendly GeoAnalytics servlet.
I believe one solution that should work would be to change the IdevioGeoAnalyticsConnector.exe.config
found here :\Program Files\Common Files\Qlik\Custom Data\QvIdevioConnector
and add something similar to this to the config file (with your proxy address and port)
If you installed the Connector on multiple servers you need to change the config file for all.
Please let us know if this solves the problem.
We added the information to the config file, but the first time we miss typed the proxy address. Then we received the following error.
When we corrected the type error in the proxy address we get the original error again:
So we know it is using the right proxy server, but it looks like the authentication is not correct. In this organization they use automatic Windows Authentication. Is there a way to tell the connector to use windows authentication when it tries to use the proxy?
What I also don't understand, there is a 'Qlik' and a 'Qliktech' folder in Common files which both contain the QVidevioconnector. Do you know why this is?
a quick question have you tried with adding useDefaultCredentials?
<bypasslist> … </bypasslist>
<proxy> … </proxy>
<module> … </module>
The solution working was adding this to the config file:
<defaultProxy useDefaultCredentials="true" enabled="true">
<proxy usesystemdefault="False" autoDetect="False" proxyaddress="http://proxy:8080" />