QlikView Server and Publisher

QlikView Server and Publisher
Deploy and manage QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher on platforms ranging from a single server to a multi-server clustered environments

QlikView Server and Publisher, Deploy and manage QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher on platforms ranging from a single server to a multi-server clustered environments, is a comprehensive guide with a step-by-step approach that enables you to host and manage servers using QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher.

This book is for you if you are a server administrator wanting to learn about how to deploy and manage QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher. No prior experience with QlikView server is expected.


  • Learn how to install and utilize the feature-rich QlikView with a step-by-step approach
  • Configure the appropriate environment for your server implementation
  • Discover how to shield your QlikView server by implementing third-party security
  • Share and manage your data using the QlikView Publisher

What you will learn

  • Choose the correct operating system and configuration to run QlikView Server/Publisher
  • Install a basic server and understand how it works
  • Deploy an enterprise class QlikView Server system
  • Install a QlikView Publisher
  • Create tasks with QMC Publisher Components
  • Integrate with third party security platforms
  • Monitor and troubleshoot your implementation

What's inside
Chapter 1, Getting Started With QlikView Server, begins the journey with details of the supported Windows platform for QlikView Server, the things that you are going to need to consider before implementation, the hardware considerations, the different types of licences available, and deployment options.

Chapter 2, Standard Installation Process, goes step-by-step through a standard installation of QlikView Server where all components are installed on one box.

Chapter 3, Exploring the QlikView Management Console, introduces us to the QMC, the main management tool that we use with QlikView Server and other QlikView services.

Chapter 4, Managing and Securing QlikView Documents, looks at different methods of securing QlikView documents as well as some of the other properties that we can manage via the QMC.

Chapter 5, Installing QlikView Server Enterprise, walks through a full implementation of QlikView Server services in multiple services, including implementing a QlikView Server Cluster.

Chapter 6, Configuring the QlikView Publisher, shows how to configure options for QlikView Publisher and how to create an trigger reload and other tasks.

Chapter 7, Alternative Authentication and Authorization, goes through the different options for authentication beyond Active Directory using QlikView's DMS authentication model, including LDAP, HTTP header, and Custom Ticket Exchange (CTE).

Chapter 8, Monitoring and Troubleshooting QlikView Server, reviews the log files that you need to know about to be able to monitor the services and resolve issues as well as some of the tools available to help you administer the QlikView Server.