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dgoehler
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Building a Windows application with customized GUI?

Hi,

I found in the Documentation the section Building a Windows application with customized GUI (https://help.qlik.com/sense/en-us/developer/index.html#../Subsystems/NetSdk/Content/Examples/NetSdk_...), but there are no details how to add a Qlik Control, which displays the Content of the Qlik App, to the Windows Form? Doesn't anyone know details how to do this?


Best regards,

Daniel

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There is no UI Components available in the Net SDK.

You could use 3rd part visualizations or add a webbrowser window to your application to render sense visualizations.

Microsoft places a restriction on how many open browserwindows with websockets you can have open simultaneously. so you have to change this in the registry to have more than around 6 simultaneously.

To show a single visual object you could use the https://<site>/single url, (navigate to the correct object and use the correct full url)

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Not applicable

There is no UI Components available in the Net SDK.

You could use 3rd part visualizations or add a webbrowser window to your application to render sense visualizations.

Microsoft places a restriction on how many open browserwindows with websockets you can have open simultaneously. so you have to change this in the registry to have more than around 6 simultaneously.

To show a single visual object you could use the https://<site>/single url, (navigate to the correct object and use the correct full url)

View solution in original post

Zapconsultingng
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thanks budy. your answer helped me not to get frustrated about searching the whole internet