Since QlikView can’t access certain data sources like MS Analysis Services (SSAS) or other exotic data sources (SAP NetWeaver BI, Hyperion, TERADATA) natively.
We can fall back on the perfect middleware for this being MS SQL Reporting services
The approach is a simple as can be. Setup an SSRS server (can even be the MS SQL Express (Free) Edition & SSRS add-on)
Next develop your SSRS reports (which can handle multi data sources in 1 report )
Like for example a SharePoint List combined with an Oracle database, or anything else.
Simular to PowerPivot that can access an SSRS Data Source. We can do the same with QlikView.
Use a Web File connection as Data Source
Fill in your report URL link and add the rs:Format=XML parameter to get an XML output from you report
If all goes well you will get the Report XML output and see the SSRS TABLIX and FIELDS
That’s it, now you are ready to build your QlikView GUI
Once you know this technique you can as well use this to access an SSRS in the MS Azure cloud.