Hi Try following steps.
Step 1:- Goto RUN
Step 2: - Type - dcomcnfg
Step 3: - Window Named "Component Services" will be opened.
Step 4:- Click on + next to "DCOM Config"
5:- Go to "QlikView 7.0 Application"
6:- Right click on that and go to properties
7:- Go to Identity Tab.
8:- Here click on "This User" and enter Admin Username and
9:- Click on OK
There is no general issue regarding this.
However, a few things to look up.
1. Where is the sourcefolder stored? If possible try and move location for it, perhaps you have it on a share, try put the source folder local on the machine
2 Any antivirus, backup software, scanning software etc, check, if so, make sure Qlikview folders are put in as an exception in the software.
Also, script log vs tasklog, does the script runs thru? When does the exception happen during the task?
Just posting to link to the other two threads on the same subject. None of the posts presently have a solution on them that has been marked correct.
I have previously tried most of the things referenced in the threads where the problem has been happening intermittently at a client. Am giving the increase of available engines a go now - but I have other sites where when this limit is reached tasks just wait rather than fail, so I am not sure it is the solution.
Yesterday i had same exception in publisher.
I we tried read log files from SYSTEM folder , but it was useless.
The reason of issue was reload of app with Section Acess without publisher.
At the next attempt of reloading,
the exception was repeated.
To solve this issue you need to follow next steps.
1) Comment Section Access part of script and reload App manually.
2)Save app and start reload app thru publisher.
3)Make sure , that there are no any exceptions(in publisher).
4)Open app and uncomment block with Section Access(without reloading) , save & close application.
5)Go back to your publisher and start task again , it must work out without exceptions.
Good Luck !