This article will demonstrate a simple code change that you can implement to automatically prepend a domain name to a username during a web form authentication logon!
This article will demonstrate a simple way to disable the “Small Device Version” default client on mobile devices and have all QlikView applications open in the normal “Full Browser Version” client!
Build a “Log Out” button directly in your QlikView applications!
This article will describe one method of creating a Single Sign On (SSO) system to authenticate QlikView users originating from a Apache-based portal.
One of the client options that are available for accessing applications via the AccessPoint is “Download.” Selecting “Download” will allow the user to download a copy of the QVW for offline analysis of the document. Most organizations, however, typically do … Continue reading
This article will explain how to modify certain QlikView AccessPoint web files to enable a more "application" feel to applications opened in a browser. This procedure will allow you to totally customize the look and feel of the browser window. … Continue reading
QlikView AccessPoint is a portal through which users can access their applications. Users have the option to view applications available to them in either a "thumbnail" or detailed list format. By default, these 2 options cannot be changed. However, a … Continue reading
For security purposes and to obtain greater control over user actions, some organizations may wish to disable the QlikView AJAX toolbar that automatically opens whenever you open a document in the AJAX client. Similarly, you may want to disable to … Continue reading
Tunneling can be an important backup for QlikView Server communications; if port 4747 is blocked for any reason (on either the server or the client machine), tunneling over port 80 will be the only way your users can access their … Continue reading
Background: A common problem that many QlikView-using organizations encounter is difficulty in pushing out QlikView Analyzer for Internet Explorer (AKA the IE Plugin) to their end-users. Although it is possible to perform a silent install on client computers using Group … Continue reading