When you work with QlikView, you have probably created tons of set analysis expressions, and many of them is where you would like to suppress filters on all selections in all fields in a table. These expressions can be very long, if there are many fields in a table. Think of the scenario if you add a new field, then you need to update all your expressions.[læs mere]
I sometimes wonder, haven’t we seen all the possibilities for QlikView?
The answer is simple – NO![læs mere]
Images in a QlikView application can be power full in many ways. Most of the time I see solutions were images are used as background in text-objects, but it’s also possible to load images into memory and connect the images to a your data – and then it starts to get funny![læs mere]
Try to visualize your old tape recorder. If you are old enough, you might remember the forward button and the rewind button. These buttons made it possible for you to go forwards and backwards in the data on the tape.
Imaging if this is possible in QlikView.
It is![læs mere]
Triggered by a discussion last week, I just had to test how many records that could be stored in one QVW-document. The result is amazing!
My laptop is an one year old Lenovo T410. 8 GB ram 2x2.27 GHz dual processors (Intel core i5 430M).
The use of bar offset gives you the possibility easily to make new types of bar charts. Among them the powerful Gantt and Waterfall chart.
With Bar Offset you can create an expression for calculating an offset for the bar or bar segment associated with the data point.[læs mere]
Meta data in QlikView is much more than just comments of how a measure is calculated. In a well-structured QlikView deployment, you can easily collect informations like:[læs mere]