I still have problems with the mounted folders.
We are unsing Windows Server 2003.
What exactly should we do?
At the moment, we have the QV-files in folowing folders, because of access authorisation:
How shell we mount the folders?
Thanks again for your help.
First make sure that your Document Root Folder is NOT pointing to F:\QlikView or some subfolder in the F:\QlikView tree. Make it point to some other folder, like the default C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\Documents folder. Clean out that one if you don't want the demo documents to appear in your AccessPoint.
Then add a mounted folder for each of the directories Einkauf, GF, Controlling etc. Give them a unique name. These names will appear in the Documents overview and help you in identifying the location of all those copies of the same document.
Note: by default, QlikView AccessPoint won't select a default category. Instead it will show all documents form all categories, causing your original multi-category document to appear three times.
thanks for your response. We tried above mentioned method, but now we have the same document 2 times, but can not add different categories to the document in the management concole.
What have we done wrong?
See how it looks like in the Access Point:
How should it look like?
The path "//localhost/QlikView/..." is only for our QlikView documents. There is no installation of QlikView in there.
I have now a basic question.
Do we need to copy each QlikView-document in different folders to categorize them in different categories?
So we have the same document more than one time? So we need to reload all the copied documents also?
If it is so, it makes no sense for us to present one document in different categories.
Thanks again for your response.
A document can be in only one category at a time. If you want to distribute document sets using categories in order to reduce the number of documents for a single user, then you'll have to make document copies.
And every copy must be reloaded. If you have a publisher, you can distribute from a single reload task.
BTW did you fix the problem with the categories? You cannot have overlap between Root Folder and mount points. Otherwise you'll see multiple copies in your AccessPpoint, but they all refer to the same single document. And that one will get the single set of properties and distribute them to all AccessPoint "shadow"-copies.