The value add from usring QlikView Workbench through Visual Studio comes when you go File | New Project in Visual Studio and choose the "QlikView Extension" project template (either the C# verion or the Visual Basic version).
The V11 project templae provides all sorts of cool functionality (it was there in v10, but dramatically improved for V11).
You can define your objects dimensions and expressions and other properties without needing to hand edit Properties.qvpp, for example (for advanced customizations you still may need to hand edit).
You can also pack and publish your etensions to both the desktop and the server from right in Visual Studio too.
The template itself contains lots of helpful pointers, but also be sure to check out of the full Workbench Reference Manual.
thanks for your answer.
To create a new project, i use the add on "QlikView Extension" as you mentioned it. Pleae look at my screenshot. It shows on the righ the project structure (definition.xml, icon.png....). where are now the functinos? do you mean the funtions on the left side ? they are not activated. so i can't use them.
where can i now define my object dimensions? or did you mean that i can create them if i create a new website project? then the pointer and QVProject are activated but i have to connect to the qv-server to choose for example bar charts, list boxes from the access point.
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