1. Coming Soon – Qlik Business Discovery Word Tour: Qlik announced that Business Discovery World Tour (BDWT) London 2014 will be held on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd October 2014 at Kings Place in London. According to Qlik, this conference will include keynote speakers, Qlik subject matter expert presentations, a Partner Showcase and opportunities to network(…)
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Welcome to QlikShare.Com. This post contains QlikView Video Tutorial. In this video, let’s see – how to include variables while creating a bookmark. By default, QlikView will not save the variable state while creating the bookmark. But there’s an option to include the variables while creating the bookmark, which we will see in this video.(…)
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1. The Magic Behind Apps: Natalie Pace interviewed Lars Bjork (CEO of QlikTech) about Qlik’s existing clients, QlikView.Next, profits and future plans. However, we didn’t get much insight about QlikView.Next. I’d recommend reading this interview at your free time.
1. Dynamically Selecting Timeframes: Jennell McIntire posted interesting article on Qlik Community about dynamic date selection based on button click. Plus, Qlik Community members commented some interesting ideas to improve this technique. http://community.qlik.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog/2014/06/06/dynamically-selecting-timeframes
I’m sure most of you might have encountered users spelling “QlikView” incorrectly. Not just new users, I’ve seen even users who have used QlikView have spelled the name incorrectly. I thought I’ll list out some of the spellings I have seen so far. Personally, “QlickView“ (Q-Lick-View) is the most common one. Enjoy!
Welcome to QlikShare.Com. This post contains QlikView Video Tutorial. In this video, we will understand and see – how to use scrambling 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.
1. ASK QV Launch: Few weeks back, Dan Barrett and Steve Dark launched www.ASKQV.com. Personally, this is one my favourite blog/site in Qlik world. They’ve hand picked the content from 36 blogs and these are most frequently updated blogs by top contributors. We all know that Qlik Community is a great resource & back bone for Qlik(…)