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smilingjohn
Creator III
Creator III

INLFED

HI All

Please find the attachment in which u can see two tables

Hotel Property and INLFED

My problem is that Iam not able to see The INFLED in the script ?

Where is it ? can Any  One Help me with this

How do i resolve this ?

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smilingjohn
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Thanks for the reply Guys  Actaully I had Created Hidden Scrip  for section Access

From there it was creating the  INLFED

Thanks a lot for all of you

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alexandros17

Surely you are doing a

Load * inline ...

that is tour INLFED....

Use an alias before:

myTab:

Load * inline ...

awhitfield
Partner
Partner

HI John,

INLFED is the default table created when you load data via an INLINE load and you have created a name for the table.

eg.

Creates

If you name the table, e.g. DATA

you get:

HTH - Andy

smilingjohn
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Thanks for the reply Alessandro .

But iam not understanding where do i find it ?

Because i need to make some changes in it , But i searched in the scrip but could not find it . WIll u please tell me where can i find this INL FED table ?

MayilVahanan

Hi

INLFED :

This is the inline table where you didn;t give proper table name in your script.

Please provide proper name for that inline table.

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R
MayilVahanan

Hi

In your case, search the "Name" fieldname in Find What option by using "Ctrl+F". And check the "Search all tabs" checkbox. You can find that table.

or Search the inline in "Find What option"

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R
smilingjohn
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Hey Mayil

I can see the table only in preview , i searched in the Edit Script and i dont find it , Is it hidden or something ?

alexandros17

INLFED is a default name that qlik gives to a table loaded with the instruction

Load * inline [

...

];

Look for this piece of script, if you do not find send me your script.

MayilVahanan

hi

Is it possible to post ur script?

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R
jonathandienst

You won't find the text INFLED anywhere in your load script. The name is created by Qlikview because you did not provide an explicit name for an inline load. Search for INLINE in your script.

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