8 Replies Latest reply: Feb 7, 2014 7:54 AM by Deepak Vadithala RSS

    refresh rate input boxes

      Hi All,


      I am wondering if anyone else has this problem. I have a few input boxes and some of them reference to those variables.


      if i select a value from a drop down in say input box 1, a conditional list is to populate in input box 2. This does happen, but there is a noticeable delay, and usually the 2nd time i click the 2 input box drop down values does it populate correctly.


      The expression itself is very simple, its a concat function and there is essentially just one table loaded, about 10 values (inline load)


      So the expression and size of my report definitely cant be the problem. Is this a general issue with QlikView input boxes, or is there something i can do to make the refresh rate instantaneous





        • Re: refresh rate input boxes
          Deepak Vadithala

          Hi Byron,


          Please can you post the sample QVW file? It's easy to work with your sample to mimic the issue.




            • Re: Re: refresh rate input boxes

              Hi DV,


              Thanks for getting back to me on this Attached is a QVW I started building. I am essentially going to create a workflow with user inputs and then through a do while loop create my data set which will create the cost model.


              The input box 'Mirror HC' and the first variable contains the slow behaviour I speak of. If you change the first item type and then go to Mirror HC you will see what I mean.





            • Re: refresh rate input boxes

              Hi Byron


              Easiest thing to try would be to set an action triggered on the variable that you are editing in the first input box. The action could be anything- just something to make Qlikview "refresh" itself and wake up. Perhaps "activate" the second input box.


              Does that work?


              Also, have you tried putting the concat expression in a variable and using that as the drop down.



                • Re: refresh rate input boxes

                  Well Done Erica The variable in the listed values seems to do the trick. Have no friggen idea why i didn't try this before. Probably because when my model is done I am going to have close to a 500 variables to manage. The last thing I need is more


                  But none-the-less this did the trick and at least I don't have to work with creating so many triggers.


                  I would still like someone to explain why we have to do this, when the variable itself is updated instantaneously in the concat listed value expression