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ivan_will
Contributor II

How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

I've been using QV workbench and the sites are great, but how to integrate QV without WorkBench?

Thanks in advance!

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MVP
MVP

How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

Yes, if you are an experienced Web programmer, you can do it using HTML tags - just analyze the code of your AJAX pages and integrate it into your web site. This is how we used to do it ever since ver. 7, before WorkBench and WebParts become available. Using those products, however, makes you more productive... I doubt if it's cost-effective to try and do it manually...

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How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

Here an example for QV8.5! Should be very similar for QV9 AJAX Client Objects!

[View:http://community.qlik.com/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Discussions.Components.Files/14/5238.Embedding-QlikView-AJAX-objects-in-Custom-web-pages-with-QlikView-Server-8_5F00_5.doc:550:0]

ivan_will
Contributor II

How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

tnx!

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How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

rva, I could not open the link, maybe it moved, can you possibly repost the link?

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How to integrate a QV into a web site without using WorkBench or WebParts ? Is it possible with html tags?

ended up using WebPartPagesSmiley TongueageViewerWebPart in sharepoint which contained either the Access Point or access to a particular qvw stored on the access point. 

did some simple detection if  browser was IE and plugin installed for Premium viewing and redirect to same page on AJAX if not. 

Worked out ok.

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