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Increasing Performance of Dashboard?

HI all,

We have dashboard on Retail sales on different   products with lot of expressions at front end level.How to increase performance of Dashboard by means of reducing expressions and alternative solutions.

Regards,

avinash

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vikramv
Creator III
Creator III

Hi,

1.Take all the expressions in front end and Try to implement them in the script level in backend.

2.If more than 1 fact table is there then , Try to merge them to 1 using joins so that all the dimension tables are directly associated to fact table.

3.Try to avoid most of the conditional fucntions like IF , PICK & MATCH etc..

Thanks,

Vikram

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vikramv
Creator III
Creator III

Hi,

1.Take all the expressions in front end and Try to implement them in the script level in backend.

2.If more than 1 fact table is there then , Try to merge them to 1 using joins so that all the dimension tables are directly associated to fact table.

3.Try to avoid most of the conditional fucntions like IF , PICK & MATCH etc..

Thanks,

Vikram

Agis-Kalogiannis
Employee
Employee

Hi Avinash

Running a search on application performance optimisation in Qlik Community will return many results that will help you on that.

Results from both discussions and white papers/blog posts.

Thanks

Agis Kalogiannis

Senior Technical Trainer, UK&I

Chanty4u
MVP
MVP

chk dis too.

QV App performance