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Qlikview development process

Hey Guys,

do you know has anyone standardize the Qlikview development process? Like what should come first, and then what should be done, and in the end what should be done? I am writing a report so I need a Qlikview development process which perhaps has been created by someone before. If not, the process I have in mind is like this: 1. Business Requirement and Data Source Analysis, 2. Paper Prototyping, 3. Data modeling, 4. Application development, 5. Test and Evaluation. Please give your opinions.

Many thanks!

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Specialist II
Specialist II

Generally we follow the same process as you mentioned...

I am not clear, what 'paper prototyping' is..? Is it same as POC(Proof of concept)?

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it is like to have in mind what kinds of objects a dashboard should have.

Partner
Partner

Hi myriadius,

There isn't a standardized model, but it's pretty much what have said.

I follow the BABOK and the framework released in QlikView Deployment Framework

Regards,

Nilo

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Hi Nilo,

it is a closed group. Do you have the framework at hand?

Thanks a lot and regards,

Myriadius

Partner
Partner

Hi myriadius,

It's a set of papers, unfortunately i don't have it right now.

Is there an email address so i could send for you later?

Regards,

Nilo

Creator III
Creator III

Hi myriadius,

As far as I know, there's no  a fix Development Lifecycle supported by Qlik. My recommendation is to do some research for some development lifecycle and addapt it to your needs. But, Qlik offers a lot of guidelines of best practices that you can apply in your data warehouse project:

QlikView in the Enterprise - Center of Excellence - 1.2.docx

Governance Materials.zip

In addition, I strongly recommend the use of Qlik Development Framework. It's a good way to deploy your applications in a very fast and organized way. I know that is a closed group but request for access, they have a series of video tutorials and documents that can help you too.

Regards,

.. and the Feynman Problem Solving Algorithm is always useful.

http://community.qlik.com/blogs/theqlikviewblog/2013/07/16/the-feynman-problem-solving-algorithm