1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 16, 2018 12:42 PM by Gysbert Wassenaar RSS

    Running a QlikSense Task from Command Line

    John Ilett

      Hi,

       

      I've been trying to kick off a task in the QMC for QlikSense Enterprise (v12.5.2) not Qlikview view a bat file which simply is running and executable. The reason have to do it this way is that after a etl process is complete it needs to kick off the reload of data into the qliksense application.

       

      Is this possible? And if so do you have an example of how this can be achieved?

       

      I've tried 3 approaches through the command line, I have created a load task in the QMC which I can manually kick off fine.

       

      Approach 1 (QMSEDX.exe) : FAILED

      Downloaded the Qlik EDX command tool (but think this is specific to QlikView) from here: Using EDX in QlikView 11

      The command line I run is

       

      Command:

      "C:\PowerTools\QMSEDX_CommandLine\QMSEDX.exe" -task="MyTaskName" -timeout=500


      Outcome:

      However get the following error and task will not start:

      Issue1.png


      Approach 2 (Scheduler.exe): FAILED

      Try the same approach above with the scheduler with 2 different statements but both fail with the same issue

       

      Command:

      "C:\Program Files\Qlik\Sense\Scheduler\Scheduler.exe" -task="MyTaskName" -timeout=500


      Outcome:

       


      Approach 3 (Engine.exe): FAILED


      Command:

      "C:\Program Files\Qlik\Sense\Engine\Engine.exe" -task="MyTaskName" -timeout=500


      Outcome:

      Just closes the command line and doesn't do anything

      Issue2.png


       

      Any ideas?

       

      Thanks