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Applications that show in uppercase at the bottom of the list of apps on the Documents tab in QlikView Server are those that have been deleted, but still have hooks back into the QlikView Mananagement Console (QMC). Typically this is either a reload task or some Document CALs. If it’s the former then this task will run and fail on it’s old schedule – sending annoying failure mails. If it’s the latter then there are one or more CALs which can not be used on this app, or be re-assigned to others, wasting "money".
If the prior location of the file has been lost then you will need to find out where it used to be on the server.If you have log files from when the file was previously reloaded or accessed through Access Point then these should point you to the location you need to recreate the file. Things get a bit trickier if the Mounted Folder has been removed.
Qlikview Server files .pgo can give us valuable information. PGO (Persistent Group Object) files are created by Qlikview Server and stored or placed in our root folder. The files are locked while the Qlikivew Server is running. The different pgo files contain information about borrowed CALs, CALs in use, Server settings and ticket data.
These files can’t be accessed without first converting them to .xml files.
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