4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2014 11:40 AM by Fred Schonenberg RSS

    Visualize Document CALs

    Fred Schonenberg

      Hi,

      What I need is a Qlikview Server "License Summary" for (User and) Document CALs.
      I've tried this using the Qlikview Governance Dashboard, but I can't find the fields I need.

      Governance Dashboard contains a field called Cal_Type (Document/Named User/None) and in combination with Qlikview sessions we can visualize Users for each document who actually used this document, not for those who didn't.

       

      Does anyone know a way to show all assigned (Document) CALs?

       

      Thanks in advance.
      Fred

        • Re: Visualize Document CALs
          JP 2012

          Hello Fred, Just wondering if you found a solution to this? We are working on a security Qlik App, where we need to see all the access users have to documents. We want the same summary, all the CALS users have assigned to documents. We can view this on the server management console, but haven't been able to bring it in to a table yet.

          Thanks!

            • Re: Re: Visualize Document CALs
              Diego Chiriboga

              I needed the same thing once, and browsing through the community I came across this solution. Sorry, but I can´t find the source now.


              You can use the CalData.pgo to create a QV app to show how many DOC Cals are assigned and to which users and apps.

              • Stop the QVS service
              • In ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer edit the Settings.ini file
              • Below [Settings 7] add: PgoAsXmlAlso=1
              • Start the QVS service
              • You will find CalData.pgo.xml in your root folder.
              • The info is contained in PerDocumentCalData in the XML file.Caldata.jpg

              This is also useful when you "Lose" DOC cals because you rename your .qvw files.

               

              Regards,

               

              Diego

            • Re: Visualize Document CALs
              Fred Schonenberg

              Thanks Diego, Works like a Charm!