3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 21, 2014 3:47 PM by Emmanuelle Bustos RSS

    Share Session



      I am trying to use QV11SR1 session sharing for the first time. The mail server has been correctly configured on the server - test messages work fine. However when I try clicking the 15 minute Share Session "Email this link" I see

      "Could not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly installed".


      Do I need to install Windows Mail ? I don't think that this is done as standard in Windows2008.



        • Share Session

          FYI Apparently this is the case - client is needed. I have been advised just to copy the link from the server to my local machine where I have Outlook.

          • Re: Share Session
            Jagan Vijayakumar

            Sharing a session can be done by following steps

            1.       Login to QMC

            2.       Go System tab

            3.       Expand Management Service

            4.       Expand Qlikview Servers and select Qlikview server

            5.       Select Documents Tab

            6.       Click the check box Allow Session Collaboration

            7.       Click Apply

            8.       Go to Documents tab

            9.       Select User Documents

            10.     Expand QVS

            11.     Select the QVW application

            12.     Select server tab towards your right

            13.     Select sub-tab Availability

            14.     Click the check box Session Collaboration

            15.     Click Apply


            Login to Access Point.

            Click the Share session dropdown available in the top.

            Click Start Sharing.

            You’ll get an URL, copy and send it to remote computer.

            Session Sharing will work.

            Session Sharing is only available in Qlikview 11 Server

            • Re: Share Session
              Emmanuelle Bustos

              Hi, the problem is not related with the mail Server of Qlikview Server. You problem is related with your Mail Client installed (if you have it installed and well configurated, Outlook for example)