1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 10, 2018 10:10 AM by Mathieu Pignon RSS

    what about licensing?

    Valeria Fornieles



      What about licensing? each user needs a token, or just one for the Bot?

        • Re: what about licensing?
          Mathieu Pignon

          As implemented, there is no Single Sign On with the Chat User, so for the QlikBotNet, that's the Windows Account User running the Bot .exe file that access to Qlik Sense.


          This user must have a User Access allocated (do not use login access), as the session will be running 24h a day. Except if you use the Chat User Account to connect to Qlik Sense.


          It's possible to perform Single Sign On, by editing the source code.

          That's what we did for QlikBotNet running with Let'sChat, which is a free open-source on-premise webchat, to avoid Telegram which is only cloud.



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