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Qvc.qvs File

Hi,

i want to use QlikView Components and i need to know how to do.

i know that we must include the qvc.qvs file in the beginning of the script but i didn't find it in the distribution downloaded from github.

I need to know how to find this file.

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Re: Qvc.qvs File

Apparently, it's not available anymore in the current distribution.

But do not despair, you can very easily (re)create it yourself. Create a new empty Qvc.qvs file in a text editor and paste the contents of Qvc_Global.qvs at the top; then paste every qvs file you plan to use in your document script (or all of them alphabetically).

Even simpler (and this one gives you the option to update single library routines by replacing a single Qvc file with a newer version): use $(Include=...) or $(Must_Include=...) constructs in your document load script to include individual library routines and nothing more. Always start with $(Must_Include=Qvc_Global.qvs)

Best,

Peter

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Re: Qvc.qvs File

Apparently, it's not available anymore in the current distribution.

But do not despair, you can very easily (re)create it yourself. Create a new empty Qvc.qvs file in a text editor and paste the contents of Qvc_Global.qvs at the top; then paste every qvs file you plan to use in your document script (or all of them alphabetically).

Even simpler (and this one gives you the option to update single library routines by replacing a single Qvc file with a newer version): use $(Include=...) or $(Must_Include=...) constructs in your document load script to include individual library routines and nothing more. Always start with $(Must_Include=Qvc_Global.qvs)

Best,

Peter

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Re: Qvc.qvs File

well done thank u.

Re: Qvc.qvs File

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Peter