You can add a QlikView chart multiple times into a template and apply a different filter to each instance. This tutorial shows you how: How to Apply a Specific Filter to Tables or Images
HTH - Daniel.
From my testing, it looks like you can only apply 1 filter to a specific object - what Daniel is describing is bringing in the same object from QlikView into Nprinting multiple times - each object will have a number after it ti differentiate and then you can apply a different filter to each object
You would have your 10 charts - one in QlikView but brought into nprinting 10 times - apply each specific filter the to appropriate object
If you do not see the filter property, my guess is you do not have the release where that feature became available
- NPrinting filters can contain multiple fields which filter against multiple values, so your requirement to create a complex filter for each chart is possible out of the box.
- To apply chart specific filters, Daniel has given you the correct answer. You should see something like this:
If you don't see this, you need to update the version of NPrinting you're running.
Aran, I have tried this but another question comes up here. I am applying Object based filters here. Let's say I have to create 3 Tables, each with separate filtered values. I created those 3 filters and applied them to 3 different Table objects (check screen shot).
The CH89_553761981 produces correct results with first applied filter.
The CH89_553761981_1 produces correct results with second applied filter.
The CH89_553761981_2 has no filter defined but it still read the last applied filter value.
The CH88_337473097 is a totally different chart but that also read the last applied filter of CH89_553761981_1 and produces incorrect results.
I am not experiencing the behavior you describe. I used 3 instances of the same chart, the first was filtered for Year 2014, the second for year 2015 and the third has no object level filter.
Tested with PowerPoint as well. Can you post a small project that demonstrates the behavior you describe so we can investigate?