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vlad_komarov
Valued Contributor III

Change "Max Values in Current Selections" on AccessPoint

There is an option in User Settings that allows QV to display all selected values if more than default (6) number of items selected.

But I could not find this option on QMC so my published document still displays "7 out 50" instead of full list when more than 6 selections are made.

Any suggestions about how to change this limit on the server?

Best regards,

Vladimir

4 Replies

Re: Change "Max Values in Current Selections" on AccessPoint

Perhaps in the settings.ini file on the Qlikview Server.

Alternatively, use the getcurrentselections function where you can specify how many values to show.


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vlad_komarov
Valued Contributor III

Re: Change "Max Values in Current Selections" on AccessPoint

Gysbert,

Thank you for suggestions, but I was not able to locate a related INI file in QV folders on the server.

Did the search in Registry, but no luck there either...

The getcurrentselections() will not work in my case. I would need to have all the selected items displayed in standard "Current Selections" box and I would like to avoid the alternative of creating custom CS control or use Text Box and display the results of getcurrentselections() call there.

Regards,

Vladimir

phaneendra_kunc
Valued Contributor III

Re: Change "Max Values in Current Selections" on AccessPoint

I know this is old post, but had similar issue and resolved by doing this.

Go to - C:\Users\All Users\QlikTech\QlikViewServer

Edit file - Settings.ini

Add before [Authentication] the following:

SelectionStampInBIFFExport=1

MaxCurSelEntries=1000

vlad_komarov
Valued Contributor III

Re: Change "Max Values in Current Selections" on AccessPoint

Phaneendra,

I do not have access to QV system now (working on QS mostly), but will check your solution when I will have a chance.

Thanks!

Regards,

Vladimir

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