This might be possible by posting the message to the registry and reading the value back using
I've not tested this on my server, but in the client the value updates when the user clicks around the Qlikview document.
EDIT: Just tested it quickly and doesn't work!! You might be able to grab the value using a macro triggered by an action, though.
Best way I can think of to do this with QV11 is using document extensions.
Do something that gets executed every time the page is updated, or every few minutes, checks a file on the server opening a URL and displays a message.
Never done it but I believe it should work.
Another way might be using QV11 SR1 real time update, add a message to the model and display it somewhere.
Does this message update dynamically or does it rely on the user refreshing the page?
I read the original post as "how to notify users in a document session?", so they are not looking at Accesspoint but the open document so they won't be alerted to that message. I have managed to get a message passed from one Plugin session to another user's plugin session by using shared server bookmarks.
1) Set up a variable SelectionTrigger as =GetCurrentSelections()
2) Set up a document trigger on this variable changing to run a macro like this ...
set bm = ActiveDocument.GetBookmark("Server\BM01")
set t = activedocument.getsheetobject("TX02")
p = t.GetProperties
p.layout.text.v = bm.Bookmark.InfoText
So the admin user edits the server bookmark's info and when the user makes selections, the macro runs and populates the text box.