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rsdhavle
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Generating a new copy of a qvw by reloading

Is it feasible to create a new copy after reloading a qvw?

For example, I want to get new data by reloading a Qlikview application and need this new data into a separate QVW file can it be controlled at task level in publisher?

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Re: Generating a new copy of a qvw by reloading

Yes,

You can for example, store the new data in a qvd file, and the load this into the new qvw.

What datasouce are you loading from? Just load the the data direct into the new qvw?

ravic906
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Re: Generating a new copy of a qvw by reloading

Hi

Load the data from first file into qvd and use this qvd in the new qvw file

Use replace keyword with exists() and load the new data from the data source. You will have only fresh data.

HTH

Ravi N

ashfaq_haseeb
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Re: Generating a new copy of a qvw by reloading

Hi,

Yes very much possible.

For this you need to create two tasks on the same application.

1) Reload only task (This task will get new data for you)

2) Loop and reduce task ( This will split your main file into multiple sub file based on field value).

Note:

For this you need to have publisher license.

Regards

ASHFAQ