Why don't you create a field that has all the final combinations and use that?
For instance... if the first loop and reduce is by Region, the next by State, the next by City, then Create a Field that combines the three:
Region & '_' & State & '_' & City as LoopAndReduceField
Then... use that field to run the task.
You can do that too..
If you load the Section Access table in the first QVW (before the loop and reduce task that creates the 4 files), then you don't need to add or do anytrhing to the 4 files that will be created at the end of the task. The only requirements are that the Section Access table has all the possible profiles from the start and that you provide the appropiate USER - APPLICATION access.
For instance... I'm guessing that your Section Access table should look like the next:
ACCESS, NTNAME, REGION, STATE, CITY
USER, DOMAIN\USER1, NORTH, NUEVOLEON, MONTERREY
USER, DOMAIN\USER1, NORTH, SONORA, HERMOSILLO
USER, DOMAIN\USER2, CENTER, HIDALGO, PACHUCA
USER, DOMAIN\USER2, CENTER, QUERETARO, QUERETARO
USER, DOMAIN\USER3, SOUTH, CHIAPAS, TUXTLA
USER, DOMAIN\USER4, SOUTH, CHIAPAS, TAPACHULA
USER, DOMAIN\USER5, SOUTH, TABASCO, VILLAHERMOSA
USER1 must be given access to the NORTH application and will be able to see all STATES and CITIES from that REGION.
USER2 must be given access to the CENTER application and will be able to see all STATES and CITIES from that REGION.
USER3 must be given access to the SOUTH application and will be able to see the STATE of CHIAPAS and the CITY of TUXTLA.
USER4 must be given access to the SOUTH application and will be able to see the STATE of CHIAPAS and the CITY of TAPACHULA.
USER5 must be given access to the SOUTH application and will be able to see the STATE of TABASCO and the CITY of VILLAHERMOSA.
Hope this helps!
hi carlos, many thanks for help.
i already applied the section access in the first qvw,but that did not lead to my desired result.
but if u say i can loop and reduce a qvw file that is result of a former loop and reduce a second time, thn that sounds great. but can i apply a script to these 4 qvw files too? probably not....
What's the problem with Section Access? What's your desired result and what did you get?
I guess it's possible to loop and reduce a qvw file that is result of a former loop and reduce a second time, but you'll need to add the first loop and reduce store directory as a source directory... so that you can use those files as source for the new tasks... Although... In my opinion...doing that will add a lot of complexity to the tasks.
What do you mean by applying a script to 4 files? Have you heard of include statements? You can use a script block in several qvw if you import it with the Include statement. See the qlikview help to learn about it.
I honestly think that my first suggestion (Create and use a composed field for the loop) is your best option. Why don't you try it?
hi carlos, i know making a keyfield out of several field is alwas a good choice, but one of these fiels has 150 variations which means 150 results after the loop and reduce. thats too much for the server to distribute. so i wanted the big qvw to be divided into 6 categories by another field and then apply section access to these 6 qvw documents. i cannot apply section access to the big qvw before the loop and reduce because if i do then the hide/show sheet condition (which is part and implemented in section access aswell) doesn't work anymore when opening the document on access point. as you can read there are several things that are coming together in this special case. have u ever looped and reduced a document with section access implemented and hide/show sheet condition in publisher that as a result worked out fine? greets.
Now I get the whole idea. In that case I think your best choice is to create 6 files, one for each category. In each qvw you'll have to load the data from qvd's or binary load while restricting the values so that you only load the records associated to each category. Also in each file you should load the section access table, and create one task for each file and distribute them to the appropiate users.
I just tested my previous suggestion but it's a waste of time... Yeah.. you can distribute and create the 5 files, but then you have to manually change Document properties to enable reload, define script code and create different distribution tasks... so it's not worth it, it just adds work and increases the error possibilites... I'm sorry for offering that suggestion, As far as I know... the process described in the above paragraph it's the most efficient choice.