I am generating Report using Qlikview NPrinting. In my Report generation I created one task for importing recipients from the Qlikview Object and then add those recipients manually in the Reports task. If any changes are done in Qlikview Object then recipient import task applies those changes. However, newly added recipients needs to be added manually to the reports task. Can anyone give me some idea about how to automatically add Recipients in the Report task?? Below is the example of the issue.
Below is the Qlikview object through which recipients are imported in Nprinting. This is done using Recipients import task. After running this task I get these three recipients in my Connection file. Then, I added theses recipients in Report task manually following Some Steps (Recipients add).
However, if new Emp_Ids are added in Qlikview object then Import Recipients task adds new Recipient after running that task. However, the newly added Recipients (1032, 1033) are not added in the Reports task automatically. We have to do this manually.
Many thanks in advance.
Faced similar situation today, here is the solution for the problem.
Assign a group to the recipients, add an extra column to the recipients excel which contains the group. Now While importing those recipients by recipient import wizard label it as group. Now in the Task--> recipient add the group instead of individual recipients. That's it.
When ever there is change in Excel containing the recipients list those will be automatically updated in the NSQ recipient list and further that will get updated in Task-->Distribution List as we are using the group here.
It is working only,If any changes done to the recipients.
If any new records are added in the database, those are not updating in the Group.
Updating upto recipients level.
How to overcome this?
I´ve been dealing with recipients imports, and I found that the best configuration for that case is:
1. Create Recipient Groups for tasks
2. In your recipient list relate recipients to Groups , mapping the "Group1" field in Recipient Imports
3. In your recipient list create a field with true value, and map it to "Clear Group List" in Recipient Imports
4. Create an Import Recipient Task, check All recipients and Delete old recipients.
Hope that helps
What if 1 recipient belonged to different groups? Should we create another Group column or add another row in the Excel file? T
hanks for your support.
Insert all groups separated by a comma in the Groups column of the user.
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