8 Replies Latest reply: Jul 10, 2015 5:24 AM by tejaswini koppar RSS

    Working with Work Bench

      Hi All!

       

      Just gonna ask how you use workbench. I want to create a webpage and embed the qlikview document on it. How is this possible? How do you work on this one?

       

      Thanks all!

      Dona

        • Re: Working with Work Bench
          Mark O'Donovan

          Hi Dona,

           

          Assuming you have workbench enabled in your sever license ie:

           

          WORKBENCH;YES;;


          Hopefully the attachment might help


          Thanks


          Mark


          http://www.techstuffy.com

          • Re: Working with Work Bench

            Yes, I agree The Below Document Will Be Useful For U .

             

            Regards,

            Damu

            • Re: Working with Work Bench
              Martijn Biesbroek

              Hi, Use this as an example (You need an enterprise edition license, and workbench = yes in your license file)

               

              The QlikView AJAX client is open and extensible, allowing developers to use the QlikView APIs to enhance their web sites and applications with QlikView analytics.

              To help support developers to rapidly build visual, interactive analytics into their web sites, QlikTech provides the QlikView Workbench product. Workbench is a plugin to Microsoft’s Visual Studio® that allows a developer to drag and drop QlikView objects into web pages written in .net with no coding effort required.

               

              --> btw, you can also just use notepad to create a HTML and just add a couple of lines of code (see integrate.htm)

               

              In many cases, displaying an entire QlikView document in the context or branding of an existing web site is required. The QlikView AJAX and plugin clients can be simply placed in a HTML container known as an iFrame, which is essentially a webpage within a webpage.  This allows QlikView content to be integrated with any web deployment platform as no programming is required, other than the use of some standard HTML.

               

              For host, take the host name as you can see in the QV management console. if you get document not found error, you have a type in the document name. (or you forgot the name of the folder)

               

              Example:

               

               

              <html>

              <head>

                 <title>QlikView Integration</title>

                    <script type="text/javascript" src="/QvAjaxZfc/htc/QvAjax.js"></script>

                 <script type="text/javascript">

                      /* View identifies the Document, Host identifies the QlikView Server as seen in QMC */

                      Qv.InitWorkBench({ View: 'Movies Database', Host: 'QVS@xx-xx3' });

                 </script> 

               

               

              </head>

              <body>

               

               

               

               

                 <div style="position: absolute; width:500px;height:500px;">

               

                <div class="QvFrame"

                style="top:64px;left:32px; "

                avqview="Movies Database"

                avq="object:.Document\CH07" >

                </div>

               

                <div class="QvFrame"

                style="top:64px;left:732px;"

                avqview="Movies Database"

                avq="object:.Document\CH01" >

                </div>

               

                </div>

               

                <div style="width:100px;height:50px;">

               

                <div class="QvFrame"

                style="top:664px;left:32px; "

                avqview="Movies Database"

                avq="object:.Document\BU08" >

                </div>

               

                </div>

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

              </body>

              </html>