So, three answers here of people who don't know what InputFields mean in a Qlik context.
Why answering at all then? Just to collect points? This seems to me an increasing behavior.
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Thanks guys for your comments. What I need is a concept which was called inputfield in qlikview, where you can modify the value of a field inside a table. It's very useful when you don't want just simply a variable which modifies the dataset.
Hello Marcel, let me see if my colleague Chris clarsen23 can reply. I recall him creating something similar for Qlik Sense as an Extension, (modify value in a table) similar to, but not exactly to what our other community members have provided. At this point, no - this is not on the Roadmap, but you can submit this as an idea if you wish.
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I am not aware of any existing extensions that replicate INPUTFIELD behavior in Qlik Sense. However, I've seen a very nice (commercially available) extension that allows similar functionality - users can enter data in Qlik Sense, and it is being stored in SQL Server. The extension is called Klikins, from the company called SenseBI.
Check it out here:
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