Yes you can add the variable into the PixelPerfect report and hide/show based on it's value using a rule.
In the attached project I have a QlikView variable vHideDetail
0 = Show (any other value = hide)
(i). Add the variable to the report template
(ii). Hide the detail report by default
(iii). Create and apply this conditional rule on the detail report
Output based on the value of vHideDetail:
Extract to folder C:\Temp\Community\065 or change the paths used in the NSQ.
HTH - Daniel.
Sample.zip 135.1 K
I am using your exact logic yet the conditional rule is not working. I double checked against your sample. What am I missing.
I have the variable in QV
I set the object default to No for Visible
I used your exact syntax with my variable name in the conditional rule logic yet when I run it, it defaults to not show for all, even where the variable = 1 in my case.
I am using Version 188.8.131.52