Monthly Archives: January 2012

How to add the Google Maps extension objects in QlikView?

Hello, Today I’ll show you how to add the google maps extension object in QlikView. Extension objects are only supported by Ajax client and webview mode in QlikView desktop edition. Extension objects provide additional power to QlikView. By using extension objects within QlikView users don’t have to switch to different source to get full information.(…)

How to include Include Variable in QlikView?

Hello, Today I’ll show you how to use Include Variable within the script. This variable specifies a file that contains text that should be executed. So you can call the entire scprit by using the Include variable. This is very useful feature in QlikView and have following advantages : additional security, code re-usability and sharing(…)

Extracting Dimension / Field Name from Calculated Dimension in QlikView

Hello, Today I’ll show you how to extract Dimension/Field name from the calculated dimension in QlikView. I’ll also introduce calculated dimensions and subfield() function in QlikView. This is just brief overview of calculated dimensions. In future videos I’ll cover the calculated dimensions in detail.  I have learnt this technique from NMiller (Community User) from QlikView Community. So(…)

System / Meta Data Functions in QlikView – Part 1

Hello, Today I’ll show you some of the system functions. these system functions provides meta data for our QlikView application. You can use these functions to enrich user experience. QlikView provides many system functions, but we will cover four most used functions in this video. I’ll cover remaining functions in the future videos. – GetCurrentField()(…)