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An implementation of qlik-sse, a Qlik Server Side Extension written in Javascript. The aim of this implementation is to allow for adding functions through a plugin directory.

This is an experimental project intended to explore creation of a "community contributed" Qlik Server Side Extension (SSE). The SSE feature in Qlik is very useful, but it's possible that over time customers may end up running and managing a number of different SSE tasks. This projects aims to explore if a repository of common SSE functions can be developed and deployed.

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Contains functions to be added to the server. Each function is written as an individual .js files. Subdirectories are allowed.

The functions must export the following symbols:

Functions should catch any potential errors. An uncaught error may terminate the entire server task.

Read more about writing functions in the qlik-sse doc

Running the Server

Configure the SSE in your Qlik installation by following these instructions

node server.js

startup options:

  • --allowScript=true enable inline script execution.
  • --port n specify server port. Default is 50051.


Contributions are welcome. Please fork the project and submit a PR.

I'm particularly looking for contributions of:

  • New functions
  • Convenience classes or restructing ideas that make implementing new function easier or more robust.
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