so yeah - giving us a version of NPrinitng changes everything as NPrinting 17 works differently than version 16.
Now this kind of filtering (>= or <=) is not possible straight in NPrinting filter properties. NPrinting 17 filter cannot return range values but single value.... more than this - this kind of filtering (the one you have suggested in your comment) is not as straight forward as you think as it relies mainly on measure (not on dimension).
If you want to filter particular dimension based on values related to it you have to preaggregate those values in load script as an additional field and then apply the filter on this aggregate or even more rather on top of it flag records which are meeting required criteria as say "1" and apply filter in NPrinting ion flag = 1.
At this time, NPrinting 17 filters can only return a single value, not an array like is possible in NPrinting 16.
for more details check this article,
Support team said it's on the roadmap so try to test with Sep'17 or Nov'17 batch file and it's there raise ticket with qlik support. thanks
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my side i have only Nprinting 16.3 version and i'v not tested. just do simple test your side
based on @Stephen Jasionowski post said greater than or lesser than condition won't work. (i.e <,>, <=,>= all this kind of filter won't supported in NPrinting 17 version) lets wait for the bug fix/enhanced version of batch release.
for temp. solution, in your qlikview/sense - u can you apply that filter into chart object and call it via nprinting then should work for now.
- Create a new Formula in your template
- Add the Qlik Formula =GetCurrentSelections(). If necessary add some options. Refer to GetCurrentSelections ‒ QlikView.
- Drag and drop the formula into the template
- Run a Preview. It will contain the list of all applied filters.
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