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How To Create Files

HI,

Kindly guide me how to creat given below files:

.qvw.Tables.tab

.qvw.Fields.tab

.qvw.Mappings.tab

Regards,

Zain.

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MVP & Luminary
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Re: How To Create Files

Open the Table Viewer and choose Export Structure from the File menu


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MVP & Luminary

Re: How To Create Files

Open the Table Viewer and choose Export Structure from the File menu


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Re: How To Create Files

Dear, its hasn't create .qvw.tables.tab, its create .qvw.tables, so due to this its not execute given below script.

Tables:

LOAD
1
as TableCount,
hash128(mid(filename(), 1, index(filename(), '.') - 1) & ':' & TableName) as TableKey,
mid(filename(), 1, index(filename(), '.') - 1) as [Source QVW File],
TableName as [Table Name],
Loose,
#Records as [Records],
#Fields as [Fields],
#Keys as [Keys]
FROM[$(vDataFolder)*.qvw.Tables.tab]
(
txt, codepage is 1252, embedded labels, delimiter is'\t', msq);

let vNoOfRows = alt(NoOfRows('Tables'), 0) + vNoOfRows;


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MVP & Luminary

Re: How To Create Files

Make sure that your Windows installation is not hiding the extension of files in Explorer. Also make sure that $(vDataFolder) is set to where you saved the .tab files.


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Re: How To Create Files

Thanks Gysbert, I made mistake in path, now its work fine.

Regards,

Zain.

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: How To Create Files

Hi Zain,

If you would like to download an application to view these files, or find out ways in which you can use them to build better Qlik applications you should see this blog post:

http://bit.ly/1GDS6TH

Hope it is of interest to you.

Steve