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julioarriaga
Creator II
Creator II

Function to obtain name of the current qvf

Hi,

As always, thank you for your help.

I want to use a function to obtain the Qvf's current name so I can change the path of the development depending if the app is published or not. 

I tried searching in Qlik's forums and google to no avail, but if I missed a site, my apologies.

Again, thank you.

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iswarya
Partner
Partner

Hi,

You can try the DocumentName() function to get the app name along with Extension.

E.g: If the App name is Sales then this function will return as Sales.qvf

 

If you want without the qvf extension then you can use DocumentTitle()

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Lisa_P
Employee
Employee

If you just want the name of the app..

=Document()

 

iswarya
Partner
Partner

Hi,

You can try the DocumentName() function to get the app name along with Extension.

E.g: If the App name is Sales then this function will return as Sales.qvf

 

If you want without the qvf extension then you can use DocumentTitle()

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