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Bom dia, tenho uma tabela dinâmica, e preciso fazer uma combinação de duas bases de dados...
Em uma das tabelas temos:
Matricula do servidor | Lotação
Na outra tabela temos:
Matricula do servidor|Salário
Como ficaria para incluir dimensão que mostrasse por lotação, os salários dos servidores?
Hello all -
Does anyone have experience in implementing other Routing APIs beyond what Qlik offers?
I've been looking at real time traffic offerings from Google ("directions api") and HERE ("routing api"). Although they come at additional cost, they potentially add value to our customers from a real time decision support point of view. We notice that GeoAnalytics routes tend to have rather "pessimistic" (slower) drive times when compared to comparable route times from other vendors.
We'll be doing a deeper dive into the implications, but was hoping that others may have dabbled in this area.
I am trying to figure out the measure expression for my bar chart. I want to get a count of the numbers of project each division has completed. The main fields I will be working on are "division", "project id", and "sub-status".
I want to first groupby division and project id. If all the sub-status = 'completed' for the particular division/project id , then I want to add one to the count. How would I go about doing this?
have a customer who purchased a Qlik Sense Server Enterprise license
this license did not come the control number
Signed License Key
is it no longer possible to activate GeoAnalytics with this type of license?
Thanks for help
I was just curious, as it comes up a lot, but is there an easier way to create a balance range than the script below? We also use an input box version where to enter the range you want, but then if we end up with too many calculated dimensions in a report using that input box, it really affects the performance of the report. So, is there an easier function to take something like a balance and just say break it out in $100 increments as a new field? Look forward to hearing how others tackle this.
IF(ACCT_BALANCE>=200 AND ACCT_BALANCE<=400,'200-400',
IF(ACCT_BALANCE>400 AND ACCT_BALANCE<=600,'400-600',
IF(ACCT_BALANCE>600 AND ACCT_BALANCE<=800,'600-800',
IF(ACCT_BALANCE>800 AND ACCT_BALANCE<=1000,'800-1000',
IF(ACCT_BALANCE>1000 AND ACCT_BALANCE<=1500,'1000-1500',
))))))) AS BalanceRange
Hi guys, need your help please
I need to create a loop that will scan \folder\folder\folder\ and find all possible .qvds
and make a list of this . qvds
I am hoping someone can expand on this locked thread:
I am wanting to get a list of the qvd file names within a folder. I appreciate I can use
For each vFileName in Filelist (MyPathHere\*.txt')
'$(vFileName)' as FileName
But i was hoping to be able to use the solution supplied by @gysbert wassenaar in the locked thread. Basically my question is if you dont have a myfilelist txt file, but a number of QVD files in a folder can the solution supplied by gysbert wassenaar be used?
I am using the 'Variable input' extension and I will like to create a variable input for a date.
Can the 'variable input' be used for a date ? If so, how ?
Thoughts - jerry
I have pie chart wit level3 as dimension and expression as
NUM(Count(Id)/count(Total Id), '#,##0%')
I dot want to show the zero% in the chart . please find the screen shot below. please help
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