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QVD load with Input Field

Problem Statement :

I have few fields which were converted to inputfield in script before Load statement. On first time Load of data input functionaliy works fine but as soon as the QVD is updated and data is reloaded in the application the input fields does not show the updated data.

It would be really great if you please help me in this regard.

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SreeniJD
Specialist
Specialist

Please refer Jop Moekotte's‌ and SAKHAN1986 comments on Create and Save data in Qlikview

Hope this will help

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marcus_sommer

Maybe you droped those fields at first, then new assign them as input fields and then the qvd-loading.

- Marcus

NareshGuntur
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Input values will hold values according to the user. Any user can update the value of an input field. The field values changes accordingly and different users may see different values as what they have entered.

So, Input values functionality is only to hold values during that time and are expected to change after the reload as the values will not get stored in any of the QVDs or data sources. So, upon reload, input fields will lose the updated data through front end.

Cheers,

Naresh

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Currently application is in unit testing phase and only I am viewing / using it

sudeepkm
Specialist III
Specialist III

Naresh is right the input field data would be user session specific (from UI). Have you checked if the user session is reset or closed properly.

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Author

Will check the way you mentioned and will confirm if it resolves my issue

Anonymous
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Author

Hi Ankur,

Please check below post:

Qlikview Table - Input fields

NareshGuntur
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Hi Ankur,

Even if some user changes the values, those'll be user specific and the other users will not be able to see that. What is exact requirement that led you to use Input Values?

Cheers,

Naresh

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Author

Hi Sudeep,

I have checked it. Since its opened using my Id only there does not exist a case mentioned by Naresh. However, while rolling it out for wide audience I will keep Naresh's point in mind.

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Requirement is while reviewing the representative level report corresponding district heads can correct / change the sales figures at run time (they will be able to view only their team's data so there is no point where a district head can change other district's value).