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I found some not well formatted QVX files where a <Creator> section inside the <QvxTableHeader> tag exists.
If this is a capable QVX format: Can QlikTech provide a full featured XML Schema (.xsd) please!
thanks for your response. In this case the file was created from a vendor's ETL software..
So, I wonder how tolerant the QlikView Load would be processing mal-formatted XML headers. Or, a different XML schema is used?
Could you post a copy of the QVX file so I can take a look? also which ETL produced it
I cannot upload a file here. You could download it here: http://bit.ly/zfuIof
Thanks for updating this document!
But, I still wonder why QlikView itself uses the "not recommended" format QVX_QV_DUAL if files are created via STORE command...
There are some problems with this document.
While working with named pipes certain windows API functions should be used.
This functions use some parameters and user rights as well.
There is nothing in this document about theese parameters.
(Plus they must be called in certain order)
Not everyone is using .NET some people use C++ some Java
While writing our own ETL tools QlikView connector we had to guess those parameters.
We did but it was not easy
A couple of questions on the QVX file spec: 1) The PDF says: - Record separator byte RS (0x1E) is written before every record. Does this mean before every field value? So if you had a table with 4 rows by 2 columns you would write this 8 times? 2) If we are sending a QVX file to QlikView over http, should we set the 'contenttype' of the http response to something specific? At present I can only get the column headers to appear in QlikView..
1) Record separator byte RS (0x1E) is written ONCE before every record
So 8 times in the above scenario or 2?