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hafaneh
Contributor III
Contributor III

qvd

Hello,

 

i have this qvd with data from 2022 and 2023 and i load it daily to take the daily sales ,
im thinking on just keeping this qvd and create another one ( cuz the data needs to change for the history in the qvd sometimes), so i create new qvd and make it take the new date only and combine it with the old qvd, 

 

any tips on the best way to do this? or if theirs any better way for doing this? 

 

 

also if i can do a """WHERE Upper("Date") = Upper(Num(AddDays(Today(), -1))');  """ in the extranl database when i call it in qlik ? or do it somwhere else?  

...,
"Date"
FROM "test"."XXX_DAILY" ;

-- to make load only one day 

4 Replies
Mark_Little
Luminary
Luminary

Hi there,

Take a look at the  iterative loads, this will cover off what you need.

MayilVahanan

Hi

Try with Incremental load concept, it will help you

Using QVD files for incremental load | QlikView Help

Incremental Load in QlikView with Example - TekSlate QlikView Tutorials

Thanks & Regards, Mayil Vahanan R
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MayilVahanan

Hi

Try with Incremental load concept, it will help you

Using QVD files for incremental load | QlikView Help

Incremental Load in QlikView with Example - TekSlate QlikView Tutorials

Thanks & Regards, Mayil Vahanan R
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hafaneh
Contributor III
Contributor III
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hello thank you, 
i wanna ask now if i want to change the data later i can when i do this right? it wont affect anything?