Without any doubt we all agree that QlikView is intuitive to use. Not just as a business user, even developing a QlikView application is an intuitive process. However, understanding SQL programming is important because most of the medium/large QlikView applications fetch data from transactional databases or a data warehouse. As a QlikView developer it’s important(…)
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Image source: AcsiiVille Comics Welcome to QlikShare.Com. In this video, Let’s understand LET & SET script statements in QlikView. Just in case if you can’t watch the video from this site, you can use this link to watch from YouTube. Thank you for watching. Happy learning.
“Being somewhat right is better than precisely wrong!” This might be okay in broad spectrum of things in life. But this is no good when you are dealing with the data. As a QlikView expert, you have the responsibility to get things right every time you present the data to the users. No doubt that(…)
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Over last few years, I’ve learnt a lot from fellow QlikView Developers. I wanted to say big THANK YOU for all your contribution & support. Note: This list is in no particular order.