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QlikView v9 Ops Monitor for Personal edition

I found a document from the following link, which details the performance, session and other Qlikview tool related details

http://community.qlik.com/media/p/102348.aspx

But this is for server or publisher license.

Is there any similar kind of document for Personal edition?

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QlikView v9 Ops Monitor for Personal edition

You can open it in the Personal Edition. The problem is that this application loads data from server / publisher logfiles...

Your personal edition can only generate the script execution logfile, that is "useless" to the monitor.

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QlikView v9 Ops Monitor for Personal edition

Yes I agree with you.

But my question was "Is there any document that helps to view the performance of personal edition?".

Thanks

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QlikView v9 Ops Monitor for Personal edition

Oh, I see.

I can´t remember any available for download, but I have an idea for creating one.

You can export the structure of your QVW through the Document properties "Sheets" and "Tables" menus. There you can found information about the data loaded, number of registries, tables, objects, memory taken for each object, etc. Even the script logfile can show the time taken for reloads and errors.

Thats a nice bunch of data about a qvw performance. I don´t know about processing data...

any ideas?

best regards,

Fernando

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QlikView v9 Ops Monitor for Personal edition

Thanks Fernando, that is really an useful tip.

I tried to display the performance parameters by

Step 1 .exporting the files from tables and sheet menu as you said

Step 2. importing it to my document

and it is working fine.

My question here is :

Is there any way to access the variables directly from the document(without exporting and importing)?