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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi Community,

When I checked my dasboad in AJAX Zero Footprint environment, I noticed that some display issues arise.

1. The horizontal straight table still displays vertical

2. The Straight table change its size resulting to appearance of scroll bar.

Is there anybody has solution on this?

Thanks in advance

Ronald

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi there,

The IE plug-in needs to be installed on every client machine. You will need to refresh IE after installing the plug-in for it to work (probably best to close it and go back in). As the name suggests the IE plug-in only works in IE. The best way to select it is (as mentioned above) to set it as your default client in the drop down to the top right of the Access Point page. You can also select it by clicking on the small down arrow to the top right of each document thumbnail.

The reason you would use the Ajax client is to support users on other browsers - perhaps on Macs or mobile clients. It generally works well - but it does have the niggles that you have noted.

If you require to use Ajax because of cross browser compatibility you just need to design your document accordingly - not using Horizontal tables and allowing space for the larger scroll bars. QlikView 10 has the option to preview the page in Ajax mode in QlikView desktop - giving you a WYSIWIG view in the editor.

I would agree with the comments above though that the IE plugin gives the best UI and performance and should be used if possible.

Hope that helps.

Regards,
Steve

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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi

Better use Plugin for it....

Its gives u same object which appears n application

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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi Srividhya,

Thanks for your response.

Sorry for I was still a newbie on this part. How should I implement this? or what plugin should I use?

By the way, I'm already running a Qlikview 9.0 SR4 with IE Plugin 9.0

Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi

Use IE Plugin as your preferred client....

Regards

ASHFAQ

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi there,

The IE plug-in needs to be installed on every client machine. You will need to refresh IE after installing the plug-in for it to work (probably best to close it and go back in). As the name suggests the IE plug-in only works in IE. The best way to select it is (as mentioned above) to set it as your default client in the drop down to the top right of the Access Point page. You can also select it by clicking on the small down arrow to the top right of each document thumbnail.

The reason you would use the Ajax client is to support users on other browsers - perhaps on Macs or mobile clients. It generally works well - but it does have the niggles that you have noted.

If you require to use Ajax because of cross browser compatibility you just need to design your document accordingly - not using Horizontal tables and allowing space for the larger scroll bars. QlikView 10 has the option to preview the page in Ajax mode in QlikView desktop - giving you a WYSIWIG view in the editor.

I would agree with the comments above though that the IE plugin gives the best UI and performance and should be used if possible.

Hope that helps.

Regards,
Steve

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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi Steve,

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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi Steve,

QlikView 10 has the option to preview the page in Ajax mode in QlikView desktop - giving you a WYSIWIG view in the editor.

I found only the Webview in QlikView10. Is there any options about the mode of plugin.

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Hi Sri,

The Web View feature in version 10 is actually Ajax view - you will notice the larger scroll bars.

In response to Ronald's original query, the incrorrect display of straight tables with the 'Horizontal' box ticked is fixed in version 10. Would still recommend the IE plugin if possible though.

Regards,
Steve

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Display Problems in AJAX Zero Footprint environment

Ya I got it Steve

Thanks again