Add the account that the services are running under in Windows in the form DOMAIN\USERNAME (uppercase) to the section access. Make sure the NTNAME for the users is in the same form, always uppercase and DOMAIN\USER. If this is correct, then you don't need the USERID field (this is used with the PASSWORD field).
The login dialog will appear unless you are running Internet Explorer, and you configure it to pass the current credentials to the server (Tools, Internet Options, Security, Custom Level, User Authentication, Automatic logon with current username...), or if your browser has some option in this regard.
Hope that helps.
My excuses for the late reaction.
To acomplish the task i've taken the following steps:
1. Create SectionAccess table in the Publisher
Please note that:
- Test\dsn is a Qlikview developer account. I use this account to log in to the server an open the QVW documentr (member of Administrator and Qlikview Administrator groups)
- Test\qvsadmin - The account which runs the publisher and server (member of Administrator and Qlikview Administrator groups)
2. Copy the Section Access's table URL
4. Open Qlikview Desktop. Create Section Access reference using Insert > Section Access > Publisher Authentication
paste the URL
5. ... HTML cannot be read
What am i missing? What am im doing wrong??
Message was edited by: drorsvr I've reuploaded the first picture. Hope this fix the problem.
did anyone succeed to access this table url ?
I'am experiencing the same issue witht this authorization table.
It seems that the publisher table must be read by the user thats runs the QV services.
When I log the server with this QV user (which is also local adminà and key the url for the authtable in a browser, the browser asks for user/pwd but
when i log with the basic local admin (ex. root) the url is shown without prompting for user/pwd.
Then it seens to be more an authentication issue?
Thx 4 your help,