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Contributor III
Contributor III

Concatenation not working on Dev environment

Hi team,

I have an existing Qlikview  application , as per one new requirement I have appended/concatenated 10 fields table to 100 fields fact table . After reloading the dashboard in local it’s working fine.

when am deployed this dashboard in UAT/Dev environment and reloading through QMC its excluding the newly appended records from fact tables.

anyone has any clue on this kindly share.

 

Thanks in Advance 

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marcus_sommer
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MVP & Luminary

Maybe there exists any section access and the new concatenated fields doesn't include the key-field to the section access. In this case the values of this key-field aren't real values else NULL and are automatically excluded from the section access. If so you would need to enrich the concatenate-load with this section access key maybe with an integrated mapping.

- Marcus

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marcus_sommer
MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Maybe there exists any section access and the new concatenated fields doesn't include the key-field to the section access. In this case the values of this key-field aren't real values else NULL and are automatically excluded from the section access. If so you would need to enrich the concatenate-load with this section access key maybe with an integrated mapping.

- Marcus

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Ceciliaa
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@marcus_sommer wrote:

Maybe there exists any section access and the new concatenated fields doesn't include the key-field to the section access. In this case the values of this key-field aren't real values else NULL and are automatically excluded from the section access. If so you would need to JCPenney Kiosk enrich the concatenate-load with this section access key maybe with an integrated mapping.

- Marcus


Among the most heavily used string handling functions declared in the standard C <string.h> header are those that copy and concatenate strings. Both sets of functions copy characters from one object to another, and both return their first argument: a pointer to the beginning of the destination object. The choice of the return value is a source of inefficiency that is the subject of this article.

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Contributor III
Contributor III
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Thanks @Ceciliaa  for your reply on the same.

 

@marcus_sommer  solution was resolved my problem.

 

Cheers. 

Ceciliaa
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Contributor

In a non-threaded environment that's wasteful and the general ... Simply calling fileText.concat(inputLine); will not change the value in fileText .

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