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Important and useful support information about end-of-product support, new service releases, and general support topics.

Updates for Qlik Community offerings, announcements and changes.

All about product and Qlik solutions: scripting, data modeling, visual design, extensions, best practices, etc.

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On this forum you can access and follow the latest updates of our courses and programs with the Qlik Education team.

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Information on all new product releases, connectors, beta programs, and technical product information.

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    Qlik Technical Bulletin Blog

    Qlik Subprocessors General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - Version 1.5 - Mar...

    Qlik® Subprocessors for Support Services and Qlik Cloud ServicesQlikTech International AB and its affiliates (collectively, “Qlik”) may from time to time share customer data within its group companies and/or use systems hosted or provided by 3rd parties (collectively, “Subprocessors”) to best provide its Support & Cloud services.Qlik’s Support services are predominantly performed in the customer region: EMEA – Sweden, Spain; Americas – USA; APAC ... Show More

    Qlik® Subprocessors for Support Services and Qlik Cloud Services

    QlikTech International AB and its affiliates (collectively, “Qlik”) may from time to time share customer data within its group companies and/or use systems hosted or provided by 3rd parties (collectively, “Subprocessors”) to best provide its Support & Cloud services.

    Qlik’s Support services are predominantly performed in the customer region: EMEA – Sweden, Spain; Americas – USA; APAC – Japan, Australia, India.

    Qlik’s Cloud systems also utilize 3rd party systems to best ensure a safe and high-quality Cloud service.

    The purpose of this document is to inform and keep up-to-date EU/EEA/UK/Swiss Support & Cloud customers of the identities of any Subprocessors for Support services, as per Article 28 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Any new Subprocessors will be added to this document within 30 days of appointment.

    Any Support data is unlikely to contain personal data given the technical nature of the services, however, in the event personal data is received, it is protected by Qlik’s IT and other security related procedures. In addition, Qlik has in place a network of data protection agreements within its company group and with relevant 3rd party system providers to ensure the lawful and safe transfer, use and protection of personal data.

    For questions related to the information in this document, please contact your usual Qlik representative. This document describes Qlik’s services Data Protection/Privacy Law compliance. For Security related questions (e.g. encryption), you can find further information resources at https://help.qlik.com/.

    The information in this document is accurate as of April 2019. Qlik reserves the right to amend its products and services from time to time. For any updates, please check our Terms and Conditions, and Privacy Policy..

    Below is a current list of Subprocessors:

    List of Qlik Affiliates which may receive:

    1. QlikTech International AB
    2. QlikTech International Markets AB
    3. QlikTech Nordic AB
    4. QlikTech Latam AB
    5. QlikTech Norway AS
    6. QlikTech Denmark ApS
    7. QlikTech Finland OY
    8. QlikTech France SARL
    9. QlikTech spolka z o.o (Poland)
    10. QlikTech Iberica SL (Spain)
    11. QlikTech Iberica SL (Portugal liaison office)
    12. QlikTech GmbH
    13. QlikTech GmbH (Austria branch)
    14. QlikTech GmbH (Swiss branch)
    15. QlikTech Italy S.r.l
    16. QlikTech Netherlands BV
    17. QlikTech Netherlands BV (Belgian branch)
    18. QlikTech Netherlands BV (Russian branch)
    19. QlikTech UK Limited (UK)
    20. DataMarket ehf. (Iceland)
    21. QlikTech Inc.
    22. QlikTech Japan K.K.
    23. QlikTech Singapore Pte. Ltd.
    24. QlikTech Hong Kong Limited
    25. Qlik Technology (Beijing) Limited Liability Company
    26. QlikTech India Private Limited
    27. QlikTech México S. de R.L. de C.V.
    28. QlikTech Brasil Comercialização de Software Ltda.
    29. QlikTech Australia Pty Ltd
    30. QlikTech New Zealand Limited
    31. QlikTech Corporation (Canada).
    32. Qlik Analytics (ISR) Ltd.
    33. Attunity Pty Limited (Australia)
    34. Attunity (UK) Ltd.
    35. RoxAI Ltd.

    List of 3rd party systems/services which may be used:

    1. Salesforce
    2. ServiceNow
    3. Coveo
    4. Office365
    5. Jira
    6. Google
    7. Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    8. R-Systems
    9. Support Logic 

    Consulting Support Services: 

    1. Vivantio

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    Qlik Gallery

    Pauline Guillet - Datathon Winner, C40 Cities

    As the winner of the datathon, I wanted to share the ideas of the app and the information I learned. Hope you will enjoy it ! 
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    Qlik Gallery

    Winning application from Qlik Datathon

    As the winner of the challenge, I wanted to share the ideas and the discoveries I did by creating the application. I hope you enjoy it !
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    Qlik Support Updates Blog

    The QlikView Log Collector – Beta release ( Even newer)

    Here is a little Christmas present from Qlik to all the QlikView administrators out there.  When you need to reach out to Qlik Product Support, you want your QlikView issues solved as quickly as possible. To help you to do that we have created the QlikView Log Collector. A tool that supports any version of QlikView and collects all information that Product Support needs to be able to analyze your issue. And now we have an even fresher version cal... Show More

    Here is a little Christmas present from Qlik to all the QlikView administrators out there.

     When you need to reach out to Qlik Product Support, you want your QlikView issues solved as quickly as possible. To help you to do that we have created the QlikView Log Collector. A tool that supports any version of QlikView and collects all information that Product Support needs to be able to analyze your issue.

    And now we have an even fresher version called 1.0.4.0

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    Qlik Design Blog

    Canonical Date

      A common situation when loading data into a Qlik document is that the data model contains several dates. For instance, in order data you often have one order date, one required date and one shipped date.     This means that one single order can have multiple dates; in my example one OrderDate, one RequiredDate and several ShippedDates - if the order is split into several shipments:     So, how would you link a master calendar to this?   Well,... Show More

     

    A common situation when loading data into a Qlik document is that the data model contains several dates. For instance, in order data you often have one order date, one required date and one shipped date.

     

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    This means that one single order can have multiple dates; in my example one OrderDate, one RequiredDate and several ShippedDates - if the order is split into several shipments:

     

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    So, how would you link a master calendar to this?

     

    Well, the question is incorrectly posed. You should not use one single master calendar for this. You should use several. You should create three master calendars.

     

    The reason is that the different dates are indeed different attributes, and you don’t want to treat them as the same date. By creating several master calendars, you will enable your users to make advanced selections like “orders placed in April but delivered in June”. See more on Why You sometimes should Load a Master Table several times.

     

    Your data model will then look like this:

     

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    But several different master calendars will not solve all problems. You can for instance not plot ordered amount and shipped amount in the same graph using a common time axis. For this you need a date that can represent all three dates – you need a Canonical Date. This is how you create it:

     

    First you must find a table with a grain fine enough; a table where each record only has one value of each date type associated. In my example this would be the OrderLines table, since a specific order line uniquely defines all three dates. Compare this with the Orders table, where a specific order uniquely defines OrderDate and RequiredDate, but still can have several values in ShippedDate. The Orders table does not have a grain fine enough.

     

    This table should link to a new table – a Date bridge – that lists all possible dates for each key value, i.e. a specific OrderLineID has three different canonical dates associated with it. Finally, you create a master calendar for the canonical date field.

     

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    You may need to use ApplyMap() to create this table, e.g. using the following script:

     

         DateBridge:
         Load
              OrderLineID,
              Applymap('OrderID2OrderDate',OrderID,Null()) as CanonicalDate,
              'Order' as DateType
              Resident OrderLines;

         Load
              OrderLineID,
              Applymap('OrderID2RequiredDate',OrderID,Null()) as CanonicalDate,
              'Required' as DateType
              Resident OrderLines;

         Load
              OrderLineID,
              ShippedDate as CanonicalDate,
              'Shipped' as DateType
              Resident OrderLines;

     

    If you now want to make a chart comparing ordered and shipped amounts, all you need to do is to create it using a canonical calendar field as dimension, and two expressions that contain Set Analysis expressions:

     

         Sum( {$<DateType={'Order'}>} Amount )
         Sum( {$<DateType={'Shipped'}>} Amount )

     

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    The canonical calendar fields are excellent to use as dimensions in charts, but are somewhat confusing when used for selections. For this, the fields from the standard calendars are often better.

     

    Summary:

    • Create a master calendar for each date. Use these for list boxes and selections.
    • Create a canonical date with a canonical calendar. Use these fields as dimension in charts.
    • Use the DateType field in a Set Expression in the charts.

     

    A good alternative description of the same problem can be found here. Thank you, Rob, for inspiration and good discussions.

     

    HIC

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    Qlik Support Updates Blog

    Qlik April 2020 releases available now!

    Hello Qlik Users!We are pleased to announce the new April 2020 releases for Qlik Sense and Qlik NPrinting!Qlik Sense April 2020 includes a new organization chart, pivot table improvements, several enhancements to the map chart, and many more features and improvements! Check out the Help site for more information on the features. For resolved issues, please see the release notes.The April release also brings many of the same features to the Cloud ... Show More

    Hello Qlik Users!

    We are pleased to announce the new April 2020 releases for Qlik Sense and Qlik NPrinting!

    Qlik Sense April 2020 includes a new organization chart, pivot table improvements, several enhancements to the map chart, and many more features and improvements! Check out the Help site for more information on the features. For resolved issues, please see the release notes.

    The April release also brings many of the same features to the Cloud editions of Qlik Sense. For more information on the specific changes, please see the change log.

    In Qlik NPrinting April 2020, you’ll have the ability to create dynamic recipient email distributions! Support for Windows 2019 has been added as well. Please review the release notes for more information on the new features and fixes.

    The April 2020 releases are now available on the Qlik download site. As with all software, please follow best practices when upgrading by backing up your Qlik Sense or Qlik NPrinting environment and testing the patch in a QA environment first. For Qlik Sense upgrades, please check out the Qlik Sense Upgrade Guide for helpful tips.

    Be sure to subscribe to the Qlik Support Blog by clicking the green Subscribe button to stay up-to-date with the latest releases.

    QlikView April 2020 will be available a little later this month so be sure to check back for that announcement!

    Thank you for choosing Qlik!

    Kind Regards,

    Qlik Global Support

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    Qlik Knowledge Articles are moving to the Qlik Community!

    Hello Qlik Users,Happy Friday!To make Qlik's knowledge base (KB) as accessible as possible, we have begun a process of migrating our article database directly to the Qlik Community. This is a part of our initiative to combine and condense some of our Support resources to a single platform. A new section is now available in the Qlik Support Knowledge menu called Qlik Support Knowledge Base where articles can be accessed.While the migration takes p... Show More

    Hello Qlik Users,

    Happy Friday!

    To make Qlik's knowledge base (KB) as accessible as possible, we have begun a process of migrating our article database directly to the Qlik Community. This is a part of our initiative to combine and condense some of our Support resources to a single platform. A new section is now available in the Qlik Support Knowledge menu called Qlik Support Knowledge Base where articles can be accessed.

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    While the migration takes place, you might see some articles within the Qlik Support Portal display a new message like the one below. Clicking the link within the message will take you to the article that now resides in the Qlik Support Knowledge Base on Qlik Community.

    Error message: You've arrived in the past. This article has been moved to our Community.Error message: You've arrived in the past. This article has been moved to our Community.

    The articles you can find in our KB in the Qlik Community are some of our most used content globally. New content will be coming shortly and the rest of our KB will follow.  Once the migration is complete, we will walk you all through using the new KB and the options for subscribing to the KB itself as well as individual articles. For the time being, we ask you to hold off on subscribing to either as we do not want you to get inundated with alerts while we are still moving everything (for the first time ever, I am asking you not to subscribe!). We will keep you all updated on the progress of the migration. 

    You can of course still access the full KB through the Support Portal. This will continue to be available and return results from all our repositories. 

     We're looking forward to hearing from you and if you have any questions, please let us know. Be sure to subscribe to the Qlik Support Updates Blog by clicking the green Subscribe button to stay up-to-date with the latest Qlik Support announcements. Please give this post a like if you found it helpful!

    Kind regards,

    Qlik Digital Support Team

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    Qlik Design Blog

    IntervalMatch

    A common problem in business intelligence is when you want to link a number to a range. It could be that you have a date in one table and an interval – a “From” date and a “To” date – in another table, and you want to link the two tables. In SQL, you would probably join them using a BETWEEN clause in the comparison.     But how do you solve this in QlikView, where you should avoid joins?   The answer is to use IntervalMatch.   IntervalMatch is a... Show More

    A common problem in business intelligence is when you want to link a number to a range. It could be that you have a date in one table and an interval – a “From” date and a “To” date – in another table, and you want to link the two tables. In SQL, you would probably join them using a BETWEEN clause in the comparison.

     

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    But how do you solve this in QlikView, where you should avoid joins?

     

    The answer is to use IntervalMatch.

     

    IntervalMatch is a prefix that can be put in front of either a Load or a SELECT statement. The Load/SELECT statement needs to contain two fields only: the “From” and the “To” fields defining the intervals. The IntervalMatch will generate all the combinations between the loaded intervals and a previously loaded numeric field.

     

    Typically, you would first load the table with the individual numbers (The Events), then the table with the Intervals, and finally an intervalmatch that creates a third table that bridges the two first tables.

     

    Events:
    Load * From Events;

    Intervals:
    Load * From Intervals;

    IntervalMatch:
    IntervalMatch (Date)
    Load distinct FromDate, ToDate resident Intervals;

     

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    The resulting data model contains three tables:

    1. The Events table that contains exactly one record per event.
    2. The Intervals table that contains exactly one record per interval.
    3. The IntervalMatch table that contains exactly one record per combination of event and interval, and that links the two previous tables.

     

    Note that this means that an event may belong to several intervals, if the intervals are overlapping. And an interval can of course have several events belonging to it.

     

    This data model is optimal, in the sense that it is normalized and compact. All QlikView calculations operating on these tables e.g. Count(EventID) will work and will be evaluated correctly. This means that it is not necessary to join the intervalmatch table onto one of the original tables. Joining it onto another table may even cause QlikView to calculate aggregations incorrectly, since the join can change the number of records in a table.

     

    Further, the data model contains a composite key (the FromDate and ToDate fields) which will manifest itself as a QlikView synthetic key. But have no fear. This synthetic key should be there; not only is it correct, but it is also optimal given the data model. You do not need to remove it.

     

    IntervalMatch can also be used with an additional key between the tables – i.e. when you have Slowly Changing Dimensions. But more about that in a later post.

     

    HIC

     

    For more on IntervalMatch and some script examples, see the technical brief IntervalMatch and Slowly Changing Dimensions.

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    Qlik Product Innovation Blog

    Let’s Make New Charts with Qlik Sense

    My boss asked me recently how many charts Qlik Sense supports, which led me to thinking: What counts as a chart? Should I just count the number of charts in the asset panel and the visualization bundle? That’s easy: 28, but there are many more...
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    Qlik Support Updates Blog

    Issue with Qlik Replicate found when upgrading to 6.5.0.717 on Linux

    Hello Qlik Users!An issue has been identified with Qlik Replicate 6.3.0.312 on Linux when upgrading to version 6.5.0.717. The repctl.cfg file may not be merged correctly with the new version. The following error message may be received during the upgrade:# User=username verbose=true rpm -ivh areplicate-6.5.0-717.x86_64.rpmPreparing...                         ################################# [100%]pre install ...new installation ...user=usernameg... Show More

    Hello Qlik Users!

    An issue has been identified with Qlik Replicate 6.3.0.312 on Linux when upgrading to version 6.5.0.717. The repctl.cfg file may not be merged correctly with the new version. The following error message may be received during the upgrade:

    # User=username verbose=true rpm -ivh areplicate-6.5.0-717.x86_64.rpm
    Preparing...                         ################################# [100%]
    pre install ...
    new installation ...
    user=username
    group=groupname
    Updating / installing...
      1:areplicate-6.5.0-717            ################################# [100%]
    post install ...
    changing ownership of /opt/attunity/replicate to attunity:attunity
    There is a new configuration file to replace /opt/attunity/replicate/bin/repctl.cfg
    You will have to merge your old configuration with the new file
    The service is not being restarted
    See documentation for instructions
    warning: %post(areplicate-6.5.0-717.x86_64) scriptlet failed, exit status 7

    There are currently two workarounds:

    1. Manually move the services.list.txt file and then run the arep.sh script but the installation should handle this and create the areplicate script.
    2.  Use the –noscripts option of rpm –e to force removal, move repctl.cfg, reinstall, stop the Qlik Replicate service, merge repctl.cfg files, and restart.

    For more information on this issue, please see Replicate fails to upgrade on Linux when replacing the repctl.cfg file. The article will be updated as we gain more information.

    Please let us know if you have any questions in the comments below. If you found this post useful, please give it a like and make sure you subscribe to the Qlik Support Updates Blog.

    Kind regards,

    Qlik Global Support

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    Qlik Support Updates Blog

    Qlik Patch... Thursday! - New releases available now!

    Hello Qlik Users,Happy Qlik Patch Wednesday Thursday! Thank you for bearing with us on getting these patches out. We have 3 patches available today for Qlik Sense on the Qlik download site:Qlik Sense Patch February 2020 Patch 6Release NotesApril 2020 Patch 5Release NotesJune 2020 Patch 3Release Notes Each Qlik Sense patch has a few fixes so please follow best practices when upgrading by backing up your Qlik Sense environment and testing the patch... Show More

    Hello Qlik Users,

    Happy Qlik Patch Wednesday Thursday! Thank you for bearing with us on getting these patches out. We have 3 patches available today for Qlik Sense on the Qlik download site:

    Qlik Sense Patch

     

    February 2020 Patch 6

    Release Notes

    April 2020 Patch 5

    Release Notes

    June 2020 Patch 3

    Release Notes

     

    Each Qlik Sense patch has a few fixes so please follow best practices when upgrading by backing up your Qlik Sense environment and testing the patch in a QA environment first. For more guidance on upgrade, see the Qlik Sense Upgrade guide. This guide was put together by the Qlik Digital Support team and offers step-by-step instructions, pictures and troubleshooting tips. 

    Also, I wanted to let you all know there will not be any patches released on July 29th or August 12th. The normal patch schedule will resume on August 26th as will the Qlik Patch Wednesday blog. 

    Be sure to subscribe to the Qlik Support Updates Blog by clicking the green Subscribe button to stay up-to-date with the latest releases. Please give this post a like if you found it helpful! Also, please let us know if you have any questions or leave your feedback in the comments.

    Thank you for choosing Qlik!

    Kind Regards,

    Qlik Global Support

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    Qlik Design Blog

    The Master Calendar

    One of the most common problems to solve in data modeling is that of time. How to assign month name and other time attributes to a date. The solution is called a master calendar.
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    Qlik Patch Wednesday - Delayed

    Qlik Patch Wednesday – DelayedHello Qlik Users,Happy Wednesday!Today’s blog is short and sweet. Usually I would be sharing the available patches but they are, unfortunately, delayed. I will update you all when this week’s patches are available on the Qlik Download Site.Have a wonderful day!Kind regards,Global Qlik Support
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    Qlik Gallery

    Store management dashboard

    This simple app was built to support small businesses who have a series of stores located at many locations to quickly monitor and analyst their business health, including sales, cost of sales, operating expenses, gross and net profit. With Qlik sense business, collecting, modelling and visualizing data to build and deploy this kind of application is done in few hours, but its benefit is a huge save of man-hours workload for reporting and back-an... Show More

    This simple app was built to support small businesses who have a series of stores located at many locations to quickly monitor and analyst their business health, including sales, cost of sales, operating expenses, gross and net profit. With Qlik sense business, collecting, modelling and visualizing data to build and deploy this kind of application is done in few hours, but its benefit is a huge save of man-hours workload for reporting and back-and-forth data handling tasks.

    Sorry that some of text in app is in Vietnamese.

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    Qlik Product Innovation Blog

    Cloud Editions of Qlik Sense - July Feature Release

    June was a month that was nothing short of exciting. The June 2020 Release highlights included data analytics enhancements to augmented intelligence, visualizations, and connectivity as well as notable improvements to our data integration platform. No sooner was this release out the door that we launched QlikWorld Online - our annual global user conference. This was our first virtual QlikWorld event and it was bigger and better than ever. If you ... Show More

    June was a month that was nothing short of exciting. The June 2020 Release highlights included data analytics enhancements to augmented intelligence, visualizations, and connectivity as well as notable improvements to our data integration platform. No sooner was this release out the door that we launched QlikWorld Online - our annual global user conference. This was our first virtual QlikWorld event and it was bigger and better than ever. If you missed the event, it is still available now here on-demand thru the summer to catch our keynotes, 100 breakout sessions and too many other resources to list in our Data Discovery Zone. At QlikWorld Online it was clear that Qlik is continuing to prove its position as a BI leader in its SaaS offering which is echoed in our July monthly release to the cloud.

    Here’s a closer look at highlights of our July cloud release to further our innovations in SaaS for 2020.

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    Qlik Design Blog

    Qlik Sense in 60 - Embed Sheet

    Hey guys - it's been a while since I created a Qlik Sense in 60...so I'm back with a little feature that I just stumbled upon while creating some demonstrations using the Qlik Sense April 2019 release, Embed Sheet. If you found it before I did, be sure to share how you used it and what you did and perhaps did not like. This feature was taken from a single configurator that was available in the Qlik Sense Developer Hub and now brought front and ce... Show More

    Hey guys - it's been a while since I created a Qlik Sense in 60...so I'm back with a little feature that I just stumbled upon while creating some demonstrations using the Qlik Sense April 2019 release, Embed Sheet. If you found it before I did, be sure to share how you used it and what you did and perhaps did not like. This feature was taken from a single configurator that was available in the Qlik Sense Developer Hub and now brought front and center so you can easily grab those analytics for other means. Take just 60 seconds to learn how you can embed your Qlik Sense analytics in blog posts, social media and other applications.



    To learn a bit more about this feature, check out our help document and help video.

    Enjoy!

    Regards,
    Mike Tarallo
    Follow me on Twitter

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    Qlik Design Blog

    Qlik Sense Wordpress Plugin

    There are a lot of people that use Wordpress as their company's portal. If you are one of these people then, you may find this plugin very useful. You can create a mashup from within wordpress, using the Capabilities API, without writing a single line of code. Just add the settings with the host and the App ID, then the shortcode for the objects that you want and you are done.Here, I will show you how to do that.First go to your wp admin panel, u... Show More

    There are a lot of people that use Wordpress as their company's portal. If you are one of these people then, you may find this plugin very useful. You can create a mashup from within wordpress, using the Capabilities API, without writing a single line of code. Just add the settings with the host and the App ID, then the shortcode for the objects that you want and you are done.

    Here, I will show you how to do that.

    1. First go to your wp admin panel, under "Plugins" click on "Add New" and then search for "Qlik"
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    2. Click on "Install Now" and then on "Activate"
    3. This will create a "Qlik Sense" settings page, just open that
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    5. Here you need to define your host, the Virtual Proxy (prefix) and the App Id, as you would in a regular mashup. If you are planning on using a second app, then add the second app id in "App2 ID".
    6. Save changes.
    7. Then add the shortcode into your posts "[qlik-sense-object id="page1-obj2" qvid="nvqpV" height="400" app2="true"]"

    - id: is the unique div id. This is needed especially when you want to display the same object in 2 different instances

    - qvid: Is the object id as found in the "dev-hub/single-configurator"
    - height: The height of the visualization in pixels
    - nointeraction: Add this if you want to disable interactions. If you want the objects to have interaction, you can just omit this.

    - app2: Add this if your object is coming from the second app that you have specified in the settings

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    • I have added few objects with a specific height in a bootstrap template for better layout. Now, lets preview the page
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    Make sure you whitelist your url in the virtual proxy.

    If you use it and like it, please give it a 5 star in Wordpress.

    This is it!

    Yianni

    In Portuguese: Qlik Sense Plugin para Wordpressby cleveranjos. Thank you Clever!

    GitHub - yianni-ververis/qlik-sense-wordpress-plugin: A Wordpress plugin to create a Qlik Sense Mashup

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