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As mentioned in the forums and the excellent book QlikView 11 for Developers, the use of tabs in script are primordial to structure the code and make it readable.
I would like to know whether there is an easy way to export these, in a similar manner as i.e. we do for tables that have been loaded.
I've tried exporting the script and loading the file as input; and am getting some weird results.
yes open the "edit script" menu,
then on "file" menu click on "open external script file" and save it where you want
it is a qvs file read as a txt file
to get it back in a script use $(include=pathname/filename.qvs)
Christian, thanks for input.
I'll clarify by giving a simple example.
Suppose that my script is divided into 4 tabs:
Main, LoadDimension1, LoadDimension2, LoadFact
What I do not want
is to reinject the script using an include statement.
What I am looking for
When I export the script, the tabs are identified as ////$tab
I want to have a list of these tabs in a small table called T1.
In other terms, I expect a table that has the following structure on input:
LOAD * INLINE [