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amijit_hazarika
New Contributor III

Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

Hey Qlik Enthusiasts,

I have a requirement in which I need to show City and Area(Locality) data. 

I have tried Area layer and Point layer for showing State and City respectively. 

But for City and Area(Locality), I need two Point Layers. But I have seen that Point Layers cannot be drilled down. Only Area Layer can be drilled down to Point Layer.

Can anyone put some inputs to get this requirement done? Is this requirement possible?

 

Thanks,

Amijit

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agni_gold
Valued Contributor II

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

Yes you can do , just apply conditional hide & show for layers. and when you click on any point in the map , it will go to other layer.
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agni_gold
Valued Contributor II

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

Yes you can do , just apply conditional hide & show for layers. and when you click on any point in the map , it will go to other layer.
amijit_hazarika
New Contributor III

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

Hi,

Thanks for your reply. I am giving the condition in Calculation condition under Layer settings. But the layer doesn't pop up even though it is fulfilling the condition.

Thanks

agni_gold
Valued Contributor II

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

can you share your qvf ?
amijit_hazarika
New Contributor III

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

I can't as I am doing in cloud and moreover my organisation doesn't permit me. 

However I can explain you. I am using the below two conditions in Layer calculation condition 

In City point layer, I am using the below condition -

if(getselectedcount(locality)>1,0,1)

and 

In Locality point layer,

if(getselectedcount(city)>1,1,0)

agni_gold
Valued Contributor II

Re: Hierarchy Map in Qlik Sense with City and Area

why you are always checking ">1" , it should be ">0" , what you say ?