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Since the upgrade of the new qliksense version, it seems like the colorcoding by expression doesn't work anymore.
Even an expression as simple as:
Doesn't do anything.
I even tried:
=rgb(0,0,0) as the sole thing in my expression, the on the map remain grey...
Anyone else experiencing this issue? And if so, how can it be fixed?
(or is it a bug?)
Ok, problem resolved!
The issue is the following:
While the qlik documentation says this should work:
if(Sum([Sales]) < 10000, 'red', green())
Even the color functions need to be written between single quotes.
So this is how DOES work:
if(Sum([Sales]) < 10000, 'red', 'green()')
I just spent 4 hours looking for this... Probably this needs to be rectified in the documentation or in the programming of the tool.
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Meanwhile, I re-created a map in my upgraded qliksense desktop, and the ability to color code points on a map disappeared entirely?
Ok, in the meantime I found the "Appearance" tab was hidden behind the bottom grey bar so I was able to expand it by clicking on the one pixel which appeared above it...
However, the issue persists... -- no matter what I fill in in the expression, the colors remain grey:
Example attached (non-working)
I've tried your solution but it did not work for me.
My expression is:
And the map remains in grey.
In the previous version it actually worked, but, as you said, not anymore.
This is a bug in the June 2017 release.
It has been fixed and will be part of the first patch and then you won't need the single quotes.