1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 16, 2017 8:50 PM by Lech Miszkiewicz RSS

    Nprinting Always One Selected value

    swetha Nagireddy

      Do you know in Nprinting if you can select on a field in a QlikView app that has "Always One Selected Value" enabled?

        • Re: Nprinting Always One Selected value
          Lech Miszkiewicz

          As usual - ALWAYS read help / manual as it clearly states that it is unsupported! You may be able to create connection and try to run reports, but it may behave unpredictable!

           

          https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/17.3/Content/GettingStarted/HowCreateConnections/Create-Connections.htm

           

          Unsupported QlikView documents

          Before you create a connection to a QlikView document, ensure that the QlikView document does not use any of the following:

          • alternate states
          • sheet and document triggers
          • Always one selected list box property

          Qlik NPrinting cannot modify or remove these options. As a result, Qlik NPrinting may not have access to the enitre dataset of the connected QlikView document during the cache generation process, and while generating reports.QlikView documents that use these features, are not supported by Qlik NPrinting.If you want use QlikView documents with these unsupported features, do the following:

          1. Create a copy of the QlikView document.
          2. Remove all alternate states, sheet and document triggers, and the Always one selected list box property from the new QlikView document.
          3. Use the copied QlikView document for reporting purposes.

           

          cheers

          Lech

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