1. Yes, you can. For example with tools like Qlik NPrinting or macros: https://community.qlik.com/search.jspa?q=macro+export&type=document
2. Without a publisher you could chain tasks together where the tasks be before must be successful and you could get an email if a task failured - but you couldn't directly react on a failure like:
if task = runsuccessful then next else do something else
then you will have only one single trigger per task.
Thanks a lot for your response. So we can schedule and create a dependency in jobs without Publisher and email them as well using macros.Can we also perform the below actions?
If we place the reports in an access point:
- Without using a Publisher can we make the reports in the access point editable by the client or end user?
- Without using a Publisher can the end user refresh the application to get the latest data?Without using a Publisher
- Can we send email notification when a report is generated? is it possible with macros?of Yes maximum to how many email id's is possible? should I hard code all of them in the script?
1. Reports aren't editable within the access point - you could use various conditions per selections, variables or buttons to display certain sheets, objects, calculations and so on.
2. A reload could be triggered per macros (not per AJAX) or Using EDX in QlikView 11 - basic example
3. You could use Alerts: CREATING AUTOMATED ALERTS AND EMAILS SENDING BASED ON DATA LOADED IN QLIKVIEW.docx or macros and I think there is no limit to the number of recipients (and I would try to avoid hard-coded mail-adresses and load them rather into a table) - both methods have strengths and weaknesses.
It's possible to develop an own concept of creating and distribution of reports and exports but such a task needed some efforts and knowledge - therefore it couldn't only be easier else even cheaper to use standard-tools like the Publisher or NPrinting.