I have 2gb of data file which is in csv.i have 2GB RAM.
I am not able to load file. is there any way we can compress data without increasing the system configuration.
Why dont you create a QVD of that CSV file and then try to load in QlikView.
are you able to split data through several smaller QVD ?
for example, loading 1 year at a time, storing each year in a dedicated QVD
LOAD * FROM mycsv WHERE year=vYear
STORE mytable INTO mytable & vYear.QVD
@mall1m:i dont want to break the into qvd's
@Koushik: i aam not able to load csv then how can i able to create qvd.
Please ssuggest some other ways .
I think the way could be devide the data into QVD's. Say for example for one year or on another basis.
And then again create a QVD whith combined data from all small QVD's and then try to load it.
@Koushik : i also thing to do this way.
but i want to load at once.
is it possible
Not possible the reason is while loading data QlikView loads data in RAM, and if you have less RAM then there is no chance.
I dont know if it can be done by increasing the virtual memory.
Just try that.
how to increase virtual memory.
Go to Control Panel -> System -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced tab -> Performance -> settings -> Advanced tab -> Virtual memory.
This is for Windows 7.
but virtual memory also depends on Ram.
so do you thing will it be helpful
I am not sure... just try it.
I assume you are running Windows 7 x64 since the 32 bits version only can address 2 GB memory.
i am using windows xp
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