0 Replies Latest reply: Oct 17, 2017 3:11 PM by Boyan Kukov RSS

    Pixel Perfect Reports In NPrinting - Qlik Sense

    Boyan Kukov

      Could you describe in detail what you are trying to do?

       

      We currently have a team working on a project where they're using the Pixel Perfect layout on NPrinting in order to create report templates. They've been trying to recreate their templates but they've been running into issues with creating any type of chart. The bar charts come out blank and have a range from 0 - 1.0. They're currently using the 17.3.0.0 version of NPrinting for their project.

       

      After seeing their issues with the charts, I looked up tutorial videos from Qlik and followed the video which shows how to create charts. I did every option as they instructed while using my own data. In the end, I received the same output as the other team even though i'm using version 17.5.0.0.

       

      We are currently using a Qlik Sense app as our source and we sometimes have the the chart showing one axis or another but still without populating the charts. I tried setting up a data table to see if Nprinting was pulling the data and those showed some outputs. Some tables would populate while others wouldn't. Any advice in how to approach this? Partial Load.pngScreen Shot 2017-10-16 at 2.49.02 PM.png


      I also copied the same table that was populating, and i changed the dimension from our TranscationPerMonth field to a zone_id or a site_name field and the table would not populate. My settings were exactly the same for both tables in terms of pixel perfect and the Sense App. The problem seems to be the same in 17.3 and 17.5. Any thoughts?


      I have submitted this as a case but I'm also trying to see if the community suffers from the same issues with Pixel Perfect.

       

      What is the expected result?

       

      A bar chart that populates with the data from our Qlik Sense App.

       

      What is the actual result?

       

      A blank chart which has a range from 0 to 1.