In this presentation you will find all you need to know.
Good presentation by Phil and Oleg - excellent people.
Truly, all the credit for this concept goes to Phil Bishop... This one might be a bit too complicated - it's a very advanced version of the Link Table.
The the original question:
I think there is a lot of content on this Forum and on the Wiki, for the "traditional" Link Table structure. Search the forums and you should be able to find a lot. It's also a part of the QlikTech's "Developer II" class. If you have a chance to get through the class, I'd highly recommend it.
Thanks for your and Phil's such a detail work. I just wanted to know that What is this QlikTech's "Developer II" class, An API or What? because when i was trying to search it on qlikview forum it was giving me the below msg,
Access DeniedYou do not have permission to view/download this item.
Developer II is not a class that is available for download. It's one of the classes that QlikTech offers in a classroom environment (on-site or off-site). It's also usually a part of the "standard" QlikView implementation process for new Customers.
If you are interested, contact QlikTech or your local QlikTech Partner, they should be able to help you get access to the class.