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Export to Image or PDF

Is it possible to export the map / visualization to a PDF ?
Right click on the map wont work, only option is export but this gives an error.

Snapshots can be created however when using these on a story the map doesn't show up correctly when presenting or export to PDF/Powerpoint.

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Hi bqf

That's wat I have done for now, however this functionality should come available soon.

I've raised a case with support regarding this issue.

"Unfortunately, GeoAnalytics extension does not support printing. This limitation is mainly related to the current multi layer architecture of overlaying charts and data in GeoAnalytics. The multi layer architecture makes GeoAnalytics a very powerful, fast and flexible product where the primary focus is. However,  the printing process requires each layer to be handled separately during printing. This limitation will be resolved and printing will be possible and supported in a future version of GeoAnalytics and Qlik Sense within the product development map, but unfortunately no timeline has been set up yet."

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Hi Paul, If you only look for a snapshot and want to use it in ppt or in a pdf I would recommend taking a screen shot in order to capture all layers.

BR, Jonas

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Hi bqf

That's wat I have done for now, however this functionality should come available soon.

I've raised a case with support regarding this issue.

"Unfortunately, GeoAnalytics extension does not support printing. This limitation is mainly related to the current multi layer architecture of overlaying charts and data in GeoAnalytics. The multi layer architecture makes GeoAnalytics a very powerful, fast and flexible product where the primary focus is. However,  the printing process requires each layer to be handled separately during printing. This limitation will be resolved and printing will be possible and supported in a future version of GeoAnalytics and Qlik Sense within the product development map, but unfortunately no timeline has been set up yet."

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Employee
Employee

Yes, that is true. Just wait for coming releases:-)

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Contributor
Contributor

Hi Paul,

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I'm facing the same kind of issue : trying to export to pdf a story containing a map. Everything goes fine except for the map that doesn't appear in the pdf when exporting from the server (it works perfectly when working with desktop version)

I'm using Qlik Sense version April 2018. Do you knw when the limitation was resolved in the release of june 2018 ? or is it still pending ?

Many thanks for your answer.

BR

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Employee
Employee

Hi,

Yes, that have been resolved in June 2018.

Thanks,

Patric

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Contributor

Many thanks for your answer !

Have a great day.

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Contributor III
Contributor III

Hello I have the problem exporting to pdf or image, every type of chart 

I tried following other thread to restart the printing service with no success

the size  is less then 2000 pixel and in the log printing the are no error

I'm using qliksense server June 2018

many thanks for your help

Enrico

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Creator
Creator

Hi @p_verkooijen ,we are using Qlikview 11 and GeoAnalytics-QVD-Extensions-February 2019, in this version is it possibility to use printing of Geoanalytics?

would you please guide me on this matter?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Matsa

 

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Employee
Employee

@p_verkooijen Export to image, pdf, snapshots are nprinting fully supported in the native mapchart. The native mapchart is based on QGA and superior in several aspects.

@Matsa Nprinting for QlikView doesn't support extensions, the printing takes place without web view. 

Thanks,

Patric