Availability

On the Availability tab, the control of the current document, that is, for example, client access, download restriction, and session collaboration, can be managed.

AccessPoint

Access Method

To enable which QlikView clients, used to open and download the current document, which are presented through the QlikView AccessPoint, tick one of the following check boxes:

  • IE Client, meaning the Microsoft Internet Explorer plugin client.
  • Mobile Client, meaning the various mobile device applications.
  • Full Browser and Small Device Version, meaning the AJAX client and AJAX for Small Devices.
    • Full Browser URL, to use other html pages, instead of the default, for displaying the AJAX pages, enter a valid path in this text box.
    • Note: Small Devices always use the following URL: /QvAJAXZfc/mobile/opendoc.htm

User Privileges

Download Document

Note: Allowing documents to be downloaded gives users access to the document, which might be a security risk.

To manage the authorization of the downloading of documents, that is, allowing users to download the current document and open it in the QlikView Desktop, tick this check box, and do the following:

User Type

To select the method for managing users and groups, click on one of the following drop-down list options:

All Users, meaning that all users are authorized (that is, anonymous access to the file is allowed).

Note: The IQVS account controls file access when anonymous access is allowed. This means that the IQVS account has to be provided with the correct file access. The account is by default created as a local account in the QlikView installation. In a clustered environment, the IQVS account must be created as a domain account, so that all nodes can access it.

See: Anonymous Account

All Authenticated Users, meaning that any authenticated user is authorized.

Named Users, meaning that users that should be authorized are manually added, by searching for users and groups in a domain or on a computer (the names are resolved by the Directory Service Connector).

Add Users and Groups

To manage users and groups, click on the Manage Users dialog icon, .

  • Default Scope
  • Select the directory to be searched, in the drop-down list.

  • Search for Users and Groups
  • Enter the desired search term(s) in this text box, to find a user or a group, and click on the Search icon, .

    See: User Management Search Functions

  • Search Result
  • This box presents the result of the search, using the desired criteria.

  • Add >
  • To add a user or a group, click on it in the Search Result box and click on this button. Several items can be added at the same time.

  • Selected Users
  • This box presents the selected users and groups.

  • < Delete
  • To deselect a user or a group, click on it in the Selected Users box and click on this button. Several items can be deselected at the same time.

  • << Delete All
  • To deselect all of the users and groups from the Selected Users box, click on this button.

Print and Export to Excel

Note: In QlikView 11, touch-based clients cannot export documents to Microsoft Excel.

To manage the authorization of the printing and export of documents, tick this check box, and do the following:

User Type

To select the method for managing users and groups, click on one of the following drop-down list options:

All Users, meaning that all users are authorized (that is, anonymous access to the file is allowed).

Note: The IQVS account controls file access when anonymous access is allowed. This means that the IQVS account has to be provided with the correct file access. The account is by default created as a local account in the QlikView installation. In a clustered environment, the IQVS account must be created as a domain account, so that all nodes can access it.

See: Anonymous Account

All Authenticated Users, meaning that any authenticated user is authorized.

Named Users, meaning that users that should be authorized are manually added, by searching for users and groups in a domain or on a computer (the names are resolved by the Directory Service Connector).

Add Users and Groups

To manage users and groups, click on the Manage Users dialog icon, .

  • Default Scope
  • Select the directory to be searched, in the drop-down list.

  • Search for Users and Groups
  • Enter the desired search term(s) in this text box, to find a user or a group, and click on the Search icon, .

    See: User Management Search Functions

  • Search Result
  • This box presents the result of the search, using the desired criteria.

  • Add >
  • To add a user or a group, click on it in the Search Result box and click on this button. Several items can be added at the same time.

  • Selected Users
  • This box presents the selected users and groups.

  • < Delete
  • To deselect a user or a group, click on it in the Selected Users box and click on this button. Several items can be deselected at the same time.

  • << Delete All
  • To deselect all of the users and groups from the Selected Users box, click on this button.

Session Collaboration

To allow users to share a session on the current document, tick this check box.

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