QlikView Server

Qlik Developer’s conversation with the Database Administrator

DV: QlikView Developer | Jim: Database Administrator DV: Hi Jim, can I get full access to Sales table on ORCAPROD? Jim: Why do you need full access? DV: I need it to extract the data to build a QlikView application for Finance and Operations. Jim: In that case, don’t you just need read access to the(…)

QlikView Server and Publisher Training Course

    Recently, we (myself and Shilpan) launched the QlikView Server and Publisher Course on Udemy. Which is a comprehensive course on QlikView Server and Publisher.  We had added loads of theory and practical content (see topics covered below). Together our goal is to make you awesome with QlikView Server and Publisher skills. This course(…)

New job…first day in office as a QlikView Developer

First day in office as a QlikView Developer. Like previous job or for that matter any other job, you need to get started…right? But on what? Whether you like it or not you are going to be constantly judged by the results you accomplish in first month or first assignment. Probably, half of your colleagues(…)

Qlik Dev Group – 5 W(s)

  Who? Three QlikView consultants/developers: Jason Michaelides (Twitter: @QlikViewBoy) Matthew Crowther (Twitter: @QlikViewBI | Blog:  QVDesign) Myself  (Twitter: @dvadithala)   What? Jason, Matt and myself started the Qlik Dev Group. It’s what it says and our aim is to create a group/forum where developers from all levels can learn & share their knowledge by engaging. Not just participation as(…)

All you need to know about QlikView CAL(s) – Part II

This is the second part of two part blog post about QlikView CAL management. Let’s understand how do CALs/licenses work together… Qlikview Server can support any combination of different CALs in a single Qlikview Server. Often it makes sense to combine the different CALs in a single Qlikview server based on the user requirements. When CALs(…)

All you need to know about QlikView CAL(s) – Part I

What is a CAL A QlikView license is referred to as a Client Access License (commonly called as CAL). To access the QlikView Dashboards deployed in QlikView Server, users need a Client Access License (CAL).  The CALs are purchased with QlikView Server and tied to the QlikView Server Serial Number. A CAL is never transferred to a client, but(…)

Book Review: QlikView Server and Publisher by Stephen Redmond

  QlikView administrators have to know little about a lot of things which includes the following: How to install or upgrade QlikView server Managing licensing & CALs How to manage and secure the QVWs Understanding of Windows server architecture & tools How to monitor and troubleshoot QlikView server Most of the times, QlikView developers wear(…)