According to the Qlik Sense online help, the total available space for file attachments maximizes at 200 MB.
However, it is possible to increase this size with QRS API.! Warning:
Please note that increasing this size to a high number might impact performance and must be used carefully.
There are some concerns about attaching data file. Please refer to online help for your respective version
. Instructions for using Postman
Regarding how to use Postman, please refer to the following materials:Developers help
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1: Install Postman. Please note that you have to install the Chrome version, not the Windows(Desktop) version.
2: Open the hub or the QMC in Chrome and authenticate to Qlik Sense.
3: Run Postman from Chrome.
4: In case Windows authentication is used, log in to the hub or QMC in Chrome first and turn on Interceptor in Postman. You may need to install the add-on for this.
5: Add parameters. You need to have Xrfkey and X-Qlik-Xrfkey. In this case, Xrfkey/X-Qlik-Xrfkey is 12345678qwertyui. This can be any 16 digit character string.
6: Run GET command to get element. Type URL as following.
* Xrfkey must be the same than X-Qlik-Xrfkey for each request.
7: You will get a response as below. Copy it.
8: Change the method from GET to PUT and add id to URL.
* id is in GET response. Copy the "id" value.
9: Paste above response in Body. Select json(application/json). You can modify maxFileSize and maxLibrarySize.
maxFileSize is the max file size for each file.
maxLibrarySize is total space.
10: Run PUT request. Check status. It should be "200 OK".
11: Run step 6 GET command again for confirmation.
12: Go to hub and open any application. Check available space.
* This change applies to all apps. However this file space is for each app.