Documents for QlikView related information.
in this last couple of months one of my missions were to pass parameters to QlikView Objects...
With the help of a colleague and with a few more approaches i got as the final result, a set of three html scripts to test the passing of parameters to the QlikView Objects.
First thing you open the html in notepad or notepad ++(my favorite) and change your settings: your server, your document, your object and your parameter (year, month,etc.).
Down a screen of the script working... before and after the parameters passage...
Inside the zip you have the example for Documents, Objects and a Group of Objects using this: http://community.qlik.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog/2013/06/14/making-qlikview-part-of-the-story-embe...
I hope this could be useful four you...
For parameters passage when invoking the html you just have to use: ....html?parameter=xxx
I'm not quite sure what you are trying to achieve with your solution? Parameter passing already exists by appending your selections to the http protocol of the qvw file on access point.
The aim of this development is to show that is possible to pass parameters
dinamically without using only those examples in the mashups. And we in our
projects are using this to get data to work...
Thanks Martin for your opinion.
2015-01-28 22:06 GMT+00:00 Martin Mahler <email@example.com>:
You can achieve the same thing with a simple http redirection on IIS e.g.. Still not quite clear in what case your solution can be useful - sorry about that. Maybe you can give an actual use-case example?
this is just to show that you can instead of using a fixed mashup we can use parameters to atribute values to our data in two ways: one is in a display matter when the user attributes the values that he wants to see, second if you edit trough the browser the script you can copy and past all the http: with the values to apply the way you like in a integration project or whatever you want to apply.
In my point of view this is an approach of web integration of QlikView and nothing else.
Thanks for your time