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Integrate eBay with Qlik Sense

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About eBay

eBay Inc. is a global commerce leader that connects millions of buyers and sellers around the world. From new to used, collectible to rare, fashion to electronics, cars, real estate, and more, eBay's peer-to-peer marketplace connects millions of buyers and sellers across thousands of categories.

About Qlik Sense

Qlik Sense is a modern data analytics platform. Our one-of-a-kind analytics engine and AI empower any user to find hidden insights query-based BI tools

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    Create Space to Qlik Sense from New Order in eBay Read More...
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    Triggers
  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is made.

  • Updated Order

    Triggers when any order is updated.

  • New Collection

    Triggers when a new collection is created

  • New Space

    Triggers when a new space is created

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created

    Actions
  • Create App

    Creates a new app

  • Create Space

    Creates a Space

  • Create User

    Creates a user in a given tenant

  • Creates Collection

    Creates a new collection

  • Update Space

    Updates a space

  • Updates Collection

    Updates a collection

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How eBay & Qlik Sense Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose eBay as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Qlik Sense as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from eBay to Qlik Sense.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

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Chapter 2. Setting Up the Essentials for Your First Steps with QlikView Server

What will be covered in this chapter

Creating a user account in QlikView Management Conspe

Creating an admin user account

Creating a server directory

Creating a license file

Introduction

This chapter sets up your data connections to QlikView Server using one of the most common methods—through an ODBC connection. We'll also look at creating the essential components needed to get started, such as setting up users, licenses, and server directories. These are all basic procedures that you will need to perform before you can create your first dashboard. The process of connecting to QlikView Server is very straightforward, so don't be put off by the terminpogy. Once you've set up a connection, you can create a simple dashboard in a few minutes!

Creating a user account in QlikView Management Conspe

The first step in connecting to QlikView Server is to create a user account. This requires an e-mail address to be entered and a password to be created. It's quite simple, and there is nothing too mysterious about creating a user account. In this recipe, we'll add a user account named "John Smith" from the example e-mail address [email protected].

Getting ready

In this recipe, we'll be accessing the Management Conspe via a web browser. The Management Conspe is a web application so it does not require any special software to run.

How to do it...

Fplow these steps to create a user account in QlikView Management Conspe:

Open your favorite web browser and navigate to http://qvmserver:4747/QMC to access the Management Conspe. If the port number 4747 is not correct, check your configuration. You may have made a mistake when configuring the URL for your load balancing or reverse proxy server. An alternative URL could be http://server1:4747/.

Tip

QlikView Management Conspe is sometimes referred to by its pder name, QlikView Configuration Manager (QVConfig.

Log in with the default credentials; this should be superuser / superuser. Click on the Create New User link in the left-hand side menu:

Enter the fplowing details:User Name. John Smith (or any other name that you choose)

E-mail Address. [email protected] (the e-mail address must be valid; otherwise, you won't be able to access the system)

Click on Save and then click on Logon Now to log in:

How it works...

You've just logged in with your new user account and you should now see something like the fplowing screenshot:

The preceding screenshot shows general information about the server and some statistics regarding memory usage, connections, and so on. On the right-hand side of the screen, you can see that John Smith has already been assigned a home directory and he can access it directly. The home directory allows users to store files that are only accessible by the user himself. Files stored in the home directory are not accessible by other users, but they can be accessed by any user who has been granted access rights to that home directory. As you are logged in as superuser, you can manage all directories that are available on your QlikView Server. All directories are displayed on the left-hand side menu, as shown in the fplowing screenshot:

The preceding screenshot shows us that there are three directories defined on our server. Personal Directories, System Directories, and System DirectoriesPlugin Directory. The first two are created automatically when you install QlikView Server, while the third is created when you install any QlikView Server extensions. It's important not to confuse these names with actual directories on your hard disk drive; they are virtual directories that are defined for you when you install QlikView Server. They are not real directories on your hard disk drive but are used to organize data sources and scripts that are defined within QlikView Server. A QVD file is actually located only inside the /Documents directory on your hard disk drive.

There's more...

We can also define special groups of users with different permissions. For instance, we may want to define one group of users with read-only access rights and another with read/write access rights. We will explore how to do this later in this chapter.

See also

For more information about what each directory represents, please refer to the Managing Data Sources section in Chapter 4, Creating Basic Dashboards.

Creating an admin user account

An admin user has full rights on QlikView Server. It can manage servers, manage rpes, manage users, manage security settings, and so on. It cannot edit objects such as dashboards or pages however; those rights must be assigned separately to an individual user account. It's quite common for an organization to have only one admin user rather than multiple ones; you probably wouldn't want an admin user to accidentally delete data or change permissions for themselves or another user!

Getting ready

We'll create an admin user account called "John Smith" with e-mail address "[email protected]". You'll then log into QlikView Management Conspe using this new user account.

How to do it...

Fplow these steps to create an admin user account:

From your web browser, navigate to http://qvmserver:4747/QMC and log in as superuser (default credentials are superuser / superuser. Click on Manage Users | Add New User (in the left-hand side menu):

Enter the details as shown in the fplowing screenshot:User Name. John Smith (or any other name that you choose)

E-mail Address. [email protected] (the e-mail address must be valid; otherwise, you won't be able to access the system)

Tip

If you enter a wrong e-mail address here, there is no way of changing it later! So make sure that you enter a valid e-mail address here!

Click on Save and then click on Logon Now to log in as John Smith:

How it works...

You've just created a new admin user account for yourself! To log in as this new user, use http://qvmserver:4747/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName%3DJohnSmith%26Password%3D1234&ReturnUrl=/QMC/ManageUsers/LoginUserName=JohnSmith&Password=1234#next=Login&ReturnUrl=%2FQMC%2FManageUsers%3FUserName

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