Unpublished apps are missing in Hub Work area after upgrade
Unpublished apps are missing in the Personal Work space of the Qlik Sense Hub after upgrading Qlik Sense. Prior to the upgrade, Personal Work also displayed unpublished apps from other developers, while after the upgrade only personally owned apps are visible.
It is possible to enable system setting --enable-non-published-sharing to filter Personal Work space for all unpublished apps. Enabling this setting will in most cases lead to a slower hub opening time as more apps are evaluated against the security rules prior to rendering the content.
NOTE 1: This can only be applied in Qlik Sense November 2018 patch 3 or later
NOTE 2: Other Hub navigation improvements are not affected by this configuration
Edit C:\Program Files\Qlik\Sense\ServiceDispatcher\services.conf (or the equivalent path if you chose a non-default install location)
Search for the section [hub.parameters]
In that section add --enable-non-published-sharing
Restart the Qlik Sense Service Dispatcher
Repeat on each node in the deployment
IMPORTANT: The configuration must be repeated every time when Qlik Sense is upgraded or patched
Responsiveness improvements optimize the way security rules, database access, and hub service work together.
As part of this optimization, Personal Work space is by default filtered on published apps that are owned by the accessing user. This gives to shortest possible list of apps to evaluated against the security rules, when Hub is opened, resulting in the fastest possible Hub opening time.
In the new default behaviour, it is no longer possible to share unpublished apps in Personal Work space among different users. See Qlik Sense April 2019 release notes for more details on the Hub performance improvements.