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Willl setting a document to preload always store all associated data?

or is it possible that a subset of the data would be stored - e.g. based on filers / selections?

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Re: Willl setting a document to preload always store all associated data?

A preloaded document is loaded into the server’s primary memory to ensure quick access at all times. It will however, use up memory even when no user is accessing the document.

When you open any Qlikview application, you will note that the application charts take some time to calculate/aggregate. Preloading helps first user get into the application quickly since it is already sitting in Server. Based on user selections memory cache saves that chart state in server RAM so that next user will instantly access the chart while making same selection.

In any instance the document will have all the associated data which was in Qlikview server.

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Re: Willl setting a document to preload always store all associated data?

When a file is loaded, QlikView always loads all data of the file - including the state space, which effectively is the selection. The advantage is that it is ready to answer to any new selection. There is never a way to load a subset of a file.

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