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How to export data in a table to excel files in a HTML embedded with QlikSense's iframe?

Hi qlikers,

How do I do that? exporting excel from a webpage with a qliksense object embedded in it?

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Re: How to export data in a table to excel files in a HTML embedded with QlikSense's iframe?

Sample html is as "Print Screen"

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Re: How to export data in a table to excel files in a HTML embedded with QlikSense's iframe?

Hi there, did you ever get an answer to this?

I have this exact need...

silvia_ganhao
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Re: How to export data in a table to excel files in a HTML embedded with QlikSense's iframe?

Hi,

Did you get an answer for this question?

I have this need too...

Thanks,

Sílvia

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Re: How to export data in a table to excel files in a HTML embedded with QlikSense's iframe?

Silvia,

Once we got consulting onsite we were told that when the product is embedded we lose a lot of the functionality and we will need to "Rebuild" or "Re-Engineer it".  This applies to Bookmarks, Full Screen, Export, pretty much all the Right click menu items.   IF we had known this ahead of time, we would have chose a SSO redirect to the Hub but the documentation on embedding is not clear on this topic (and I am sure we are not the only team to have experienced this)....

We have utilized (and made our own) the export buttons that are available on Qlik Branch.  They are not ideal, break easily and require (for your own environmental stability) for you to "OWN" it like a piece of your code, instead of depending on the community to fix issues in a timely manner.    We are fond of this one as our base extension Qlik Branch...

Qlik Product:  A clear table / disclosure on the Pros and Cons to different embedding pathways (including clear disclosure on what "Qlik-ness" you will gain/lose with each one)  AND/OR choosing not to embed would be very helpful.

Stepping off my soapbox now,

Erin