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maxim_senin
Contributor III

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi,

The question is in subject, please clarify whether it's possible.

Thanking you in advance.

Best regards,

Maxim

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erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi,

They are from QV Desktop Help ( Help menu or press F1)

There, in the index tab, you can search for 'system functions'

Regards,

Erich

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erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi, Maxim.

You can use clientplatform() ,  qlikviewversion() and DocumentPath()

A combination of the results will tell you if it is local or via server and also the client that is accessing the server.

You can get a bit more details here:

http://community.qlik.com/message/107639#107639

Hope this helps,

Erich

maxim_senin
Contributor III

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi Erich,

Fine! This works.

But here I have a new question - where all these functions are from? I mean a document. They are definitely not from reference manual. (we use QV v. 10 SR4, no functions in ref. manual, but they work)

Best regards,

Maxim

erich_shiino
Honored Contributor

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi,

They are from QV Desktop Help ( Help menu or press F1)

There, in the index tab, you can search for 'system functions'

Regards,

Erich

maxim_senin
Contributor III

How to define where a document is opened from - server or locally?

Hi,

Oops! F1! Thanks!

It could seem a joke, but my version of ref. manual in PDF does contain "System Functions" section, but there is no ClientPlatform().

That could be a rhetorical question, but are there any other functions which present in QV but not documented? Or QV Help is the ultimate truth? Good if yes, helps to free some MBs of PDFs on my hard drive ;-)

Best regards,

Maxim

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