Technical Bulletin

9 Posts authored by: John Callan

QlikView 11.20 SR6 is now available here

 

This release includes the following major changes:

 

1. New languages - 3 new client languages have been added:

• Korean

• Traditional Chinese

• Turkish

 

2. Desktop Startpage and Excel wizard - New design of startpage and Excel wizard to help new users to get started in a better way:

• Easier access to Tutorials, Examples, Training and Getting started documents

• Re-designed Excel Import-Wizard to better assist new users importing their first data-file and creating a graph.

 

3. Better support for Windows hybrid devices - Now it is possible to switch between Touch mode and Mouse/Pen mode on Windows hybrid devices by just touching/clicking.

 

4. New Ajax repository design - The Ajax repository is re-designed to ensure better response times and make it easier to find objects when using the repository in large documents.

 

5. Added support for Windows Server 2012 R2

 

6. Supportability improvements

• Added alert email tags - New alert email tag options are included to provide new information with email notifications. These include links to the document log as well as snippets of information about the document error.

• Task performance summary - New task performance summary added that will provide information about the amount of RAM used, CPU and QVB elapsed time.

 

You can read more in the Release Notes available on the download site: http://global.qlikview.com

 

Regards,

 

The Products Team

We are delighted to announce the availability of the QlikView.Next 0.9 Beta!

 

This Beta represents the first step in the exciting journey to the next generation of Business Discovery and we encourage you to download it, try it out and provide your feedback!

 

It’s important to remember that QlikView.Next is a next generation platform and not merely a technical product upgrade from QlikView 11. You will be able to move your existing QlikView 11 .qvw files into QlikView.Next and see a complete migration of your data model and script. It’s as simple as copy-pasting your .qvws! There is a Migration Technical Brief on the download site that explains this process clearly.

 

QlikView.Next is a next generation Business Discovery and Visual Analytics platform that unlocks the potential of each user to harness information, uncover insight, and collaborate with their teams on decisions. Built using a Natural Analytics™ approach, QlikView.Next delivers the core strengths of the QlikView® engine and platform, while providing a next generation user experience, new data visualization capabilities, a simplified developer experience, and unmatched extensibility in a governed, enterprise-class platform.

 

The Beta is available only for existing customers and partners. As a customer or partner, you have been automatically enrolled into the QlikView.Next 0.90 beta Qlik Community group.

 

To access the Beta software, videos, demos, data sheet, tech brief and more, please click here:

http://community.qlik.com/community/qlikview_beta_programs/qlikview.next_beta_0.90

 

If you are experiencing any issues accessing the community please email ica@qlik.com or QlikViewBeta@qlik.com for further assistance.

 

Many thanks!

The Products Team

QlikView  version 11.20 SR5 is now available. This important release includes Direct Discovery enhancements, amongst other new supported platforms and capabilities. It can be downloaded here.

 

Direct Discovery broadens the classic in-memory capabilities of QlikView to allow for direct query access to Big Data solutions like Hive & Cloudera Impala as well as traditional data warehousing solutions like Teradata and SAP HANA.

 

11.20 SR5 also includes some additional enhancements, see below:

 

- Enhanced Direct Discovery capabilities - major re-write and new functionality has been added

o Possibility to use WHERE clause

o Drill-to-details

o Cancel query

o Global search on dimension fields

- Map Extension - a new mapping extension delivered together with an updated Extension example QlikView application

- SharePoint 2013 Support - a new proxy that can be used for SharePoint integration, delivered in the Workbench installation package

- Added support for QlikView Desktop on Windows 8.1

- Added support for IE11

 

The release and the release notes can be downloaded here: http://global.qlik.com

 

 

Regards,

 

 

The Products Team

QlikView 11.20 SR3 is now generally available to customers and partners. The software and release notes can be found on the download site (http://global.qlik.com/download).

 

In addition to addressing over 60 bugs, this release brings support for the QlikView OCX plug-in for Windows 8 machines running in 32bit ‘Desktop mode’.

For more information about this capability please refer to the Release Notes that are accessible from the download site.

http://global.qlik.com/download

 

Please report any issues to the QlikTech Support group through the normal channels

 

Kind regards,

 

The Products Team

QlikView 11.20 SR2 is now generally available to customers and partners. The software and release notes can be found on the download site (http://global.qlik.com/download).

 

In addition to addressing over 150 bugs, this release adds support for 64-bit versions of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Internet Explorer 10 is now also supported both on Windows 7 and Windows 8 (except for touch usage).

 

In addition SQL Server 2012 and Good Browser from Good Technology are now supported.

 

http://global.qlik.com/download

 

Please report any issues to the QlikTech Support group through the normal channels

Kind regards,

The Products Team

QlikView 11.20 SR1 is now generally available to customers and partners. The software and release notes can be found on the download site (http://global.qlik.com/download). In addition to addressing over 100 bugs in the 11.20 code, this release also incorporates the bug fixes addressed in the 11.0 service releases, bringing into full alignment the 11.0 and 11.20 releases. Going forward, all new Service Releases for QlikView 11.x will be in the 11.20 code stream only.

 

UPDATED:

The initial 11.20 SR1 build , 11.20.11716 has been replaced by a new build, 11.20.11718.   There are two reasons for this new build

  • Build numbers in the pdf documentation did not match the actual build number (11.20.11715 instead of 11.20.11716)
  • Reported bug 58950 with increased memory usage during reloads for specific script  field concatenation has been fixed.    If a document script had many field concatenations such as Field1 & Field2 & Field3 & Field4 & Field5 & Field6 as NewFieldName, you may have seen an increase in memory usage during document reloads.

 

If you have used 11.20.11716 without any evidence of memory increase during reloads then it is not necessary to install the new build.   We apologize for any inconvenience

 

 

Please report any issues to the QlikTech Support group through the normal channels

 

Kind regards,

 

The Products Team

QlikView 10 SR6 is now generally available to customers and partners. The software and release notes can be found on the download site (http://global.qlik.com/download). This release also includes the solution to the security issue that was addressed in the QlikView 11 SR2 update, details of which can be referenced here http://community.qlik.com/blogs/technicalbulletin/2012/11/29/qlikview-11-sr2-update

 

http://global.qlik.com/download

 

Please report any issues to the QlikTech Support group through the normal channels

 

Kind regards,

 

The Products Team

QlikView 11 SR2 is now generally available to customers and partners. The software and release notes can be found on the download site (http://global.qlik.com/download)

 

QV11 SR2 contains one very significant new capability (QlikView Offline Capability), 6 ‘Design Corrections’ and a series of bug fixes.

 

QlikView Offline Capability
With the release of QlikView 11 SR2, QlikView now supports offline mobile functionality.  The new QlikView for iOS app allows for taking data and insights with you on the road when no connection exists. Users can now access QlikView documents on their iPad in ‘offline’ mode (i.e. not connected to the QlikView Server). This functionality requires the installation of the QlikView Offline Service on the server side, which is available in a separate installation file from the product download page.  The QlikView for iOS app is also needed, to be available shortly on the Apple App store. The iOS app is being released in conjunction with the release of QlikView 11 SR2.


There is a lot more information available about this new capability, as well as its limitations of use, available in the Release Notes for QlikView11 SR2 available on the download site at http://global.qlik.com/download

 

Please report any issues to the QlikTech Support group through the normal channels

 

Kind regards,

 

The Products Team

Hot on the heels of the recent acquisition of Expressor by QlikTech, we are delighted to announce the availability of the newest version of QlikView Expressor, version 3.7.

 

The 3.7 release introduces the QlikView Expressor Connector, which provides a fast, native connector between QlikView and dataflows built with Expressor. In addition, we made numerous changes to support new licensing and packaging for QlikView Expressor.

 

  • QlikView Expressor Connector
    • This new QlikView Connector allows users to source data into QlikView directly from an Expressor dataflow.
    • This level of integration enables QlikView users to directly execute and produce new output from existing Expressor applications.
    • The Connector is installed with all QlikView Expressor products ensuring that it is available within the QlikView Desktop environment.

 

Additionally, the 3.7 release brings a new version of the Salesforce.com extension as well as improved runtime performance and handling of wide data records.

 

For a more complete overview of what's in the release please link to the attached file.

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