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exporting from qlikview developer

Hello-

I have a very large data set that I previously exported to excel - no problems - slightly slow but worked just fine.

Today, I'm trying to export the exact same dataset - haven't even reloaded - and Qlikivew just hangs up and never exports. 

Any ideas on why it suddenly isn't working correctly?

Thanks!!

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Specialist III
Specialist III

Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Check If any other processes are running simultaneously.

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Employee
Employee

Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Maybe other process is stealing your RAM, please check

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Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Hi, Krishna -

There are processes running but none of them look unusual...

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Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Anything in particular I should be looking for?  I actually got a RAM expansion that was helping it run faster before today...

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Employee
Employee

Re: exporting from qlikview developer

When you add more RAM?

Did you increase your swap area?

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Specialist
Specialist

Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Hi There-

How big is the Data and what is the size of the RAM?

CSV files are always faster to read.. see whether you can convert your excel to csv

Sreeni

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Re: exporting from qlikview developer

I'm only exporting about 10,000 rows at a time. And it was working beautifully just a few days ago. 

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MVP
MVP

Re: exporting from qlikview developer

If you have the file open in Excel - Excel will always lock the file preventing other programs from overwriting it. So could that be the case for you?

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Re: exporting from qlikview developer

Unfortunately not.