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Publisher content filtering

Hi,

I'm new about the Publisher.
I've read that it's possible to filtering data from a qvw and than send to a user only his part.

For example a I have a qvw document with company sales but I want to send to a specific agent only his part of sales...not all.

How can I realize this with QlikView ?

Thanks a lot.

Bye

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Re: Publisher content filtering

Hi Blair,

What you are trying to do can be done. However, I would talk to your account manager and have a consultant come in and help you. It will save you a lot of time.

Bill

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Publisher content filtering

What you want to do is a Publisher reduction, and it currently requires Publisher Enterprise. Watch these tutorials to get an idea of how it works.
http://robwunderlich.com/QvTutorial.html

If you don't have Publisher Enterprise, you can instead use the Section Access feature to dynamically reduce the data for each user when the document is opened.

-Rob

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Re: Publisher content filtering

Hi Rob,

We recently purchased Publisher and I was wondering about using it for this scenario:

We are creating a portal deployment where a couple of charts from a QlikView document will be displayed in a web page.  (We are currently trying out an iFrame solution that is working as a proof of concept, but we don't want to pass information in the url.)  We will have over 500 users that will log into a SSO in order to get to the portal we are creating.  I see that one option in Publisher (thanks to your tutorials!) is to create separate documents for each user - data reduction.  What are some guidelines as to the number of users that this type of solution will support, versus section access? 

And once these documents are created, I know that DMS will be required as our users will not be logging in from a Windows Account.  How daunting a task is it to keep that up with this many users?

Any help is appreciated!

Employee
Employee

Re: Publisher content filtering

Hi Blair,

What you are trying to do can be done. However, I would talk to your account manager and have a consultant come in and help you. It will save you a lot of time.

Bill

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Re: Publisher content filtering

That's a good idea.  We are doing that - thanks!

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