I looked through a couple topics on this but never really found my answer.
I am trying to limit the number of rows that a table will display. I have set up a variable called "maxNumber" and clicked the check box under Presentation of my table and set the expression =maxNumber.
Is there any way to go beyond 100? I really want the max number of rows to be displayed to be 10,000. My slider that controls maxNumber goes from 1 to 10,000 but no matter where it is the table will still no matter what only show 100 rows.
If you are working in a QliKView Server environment, the server has this setting by default, that you may want to modify (number of max symbols in a chart). Go to the QlikView Enterprise Management Console, System, Performance, and change that setting.
In the document part, go to Settings menu, User Preferences, Objects tab, and modify this value "Max Symbols on Charts". Save and reopen the document.
Anyway, note that the higher the limit is, the longer the chart will take to render.