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Administering Qlik Catalog

Administration features provide a centralized console for operations and services around single server or cluster maintenance, configuration, performance monitoring, integration with Active Directory network services, and registration and management of Qlik Sense Connectors for QVD Ingest.

Access Administration functions by clicking on the Admin tab in the top-right navigation ribbon accessible from all Qlik Catalog screens.

Maintenance Services

System maintenance and cleanup services are scheduled and tracked through a calendar and task enabling and prioritization menu.

Application Logs

Application and server logs are administration-level system diagnostic tools that provide Garbage Collector, Qlik Catalog, and high-level Catalina server health indicators without having to manually navigate into Apache Tomcat logs.

Active Directory integration

Qlik Catalog enables enterprises to dynamically sync Qlik Catalog-managed security with Active Directory (AD) identity services and domain management. LDAP protocol is used to connect to and obtain information from AD.

Data Meter

Data meter enables administrators to view the size of data ingested to file system receiving directory and data transformed in prepare.

Table Meter

Table meter measures and reports status and compliance for customers with a contractual limit on the number of tables (registered & managed) in Qlik Catalog.

Database driver registration

Users must register drivers for all JDBC source databases. Administration provides a wizard for the modular registration of databases.

System Settings: Level Control

Level control allows users to control the level at which specified data is managed while retaining a metadata catalog.

QlikView Data (QVD) file import

Qlik Catalog allows users to import QVDs from a mapped instance of Qlik Sense.

Refresh file

Users can refresh the core environment properties file. This saves users from having to restart Tomcat server when changes are made to file.

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