Qlik NPrinting September 2017 has been released to the customer download site.  This release includes several key capabilities as described below. 

 

  • Report Cycles - Qlik NPrinting September 2017 can generate a separate report file for each combination of one or more dimension values. Each report will be filtered according with the combination of values that generates it. For example, the report file generated for the combination Year = 2017 and Country = USA will contain only data related to USA in 2017. Each generated report file will have a unique and customizable filename. For this reason, the dynamic naming feature will be enabled every time you select cycling. This was a gap feature from Qlik NPrinting 16.

 

  • Report Export/Import - It is possible to export a report into a compressed file and import it into a different installation of Qlik NPrinting 17. This is useful when you have separate development and production servers. Upgraded reports can be replaced in the final destination. Exported compressed files also contain other information related to the report, like users and filters.

 

  • Object filters for Qlik Sense Charts - Allows you to apply a filter to a single Qlik Sense object like a chart without applying that filter to all objects in the report.  It can also be used to block filtering of an object so that even though the rest of the report has filters applied, that object doesn't.  Previously you could only add filters to QlikView charts. You can still add only one filter for each chart.

 

Customer can download the latest versions of our software on the Customer Download Page.

Qlik customers & partners are invited to join the QlikView November 2017 Technical Preview. This Preview includes new features and improvements like:

  • Analytic connections - With analytic connections, you can integrate external analysis with your business discovery. By configuring an analytic connection (through server-side extensions), you can extend the built-in expression library with support for calling third-party calculation engines, both for load script and for chart expressions.
  • WebClient improvements like switch language, Detach, Set reference, Copy single column selection, Copy cell
  • Shared files management improvements - improved stability, shared file cleaning, PGO buffering
  • Export in XLSX format - XLSX is now the default exporting format for Excel files, replacing XLS.
  • BNF script reload mode - A new script reload mode, BNF, has been introduced. It uses the same syntax checks as those in the Script editor.
  • KML support - QlikView now can read KML files for use in a map visualizations. The KML file can represent either area data, such as countries or regions, or point data such as cities or places.
  • LEF Control on Maintenance date - When upgrading the QlikView Server or QlikView Desktop, LEF files must be up to date.

 

Try out these new capabilities and improvements and use the community to give your feedback on this new release of QlikView.

 

If you have any question or have issues accessing the community please send an email to insight@qlik.com.