In my view, there are five types of QlikView Developers. 1. Hacker: The Hacker starts off learning anything with great enthusiasm and ready to overcome the challenges. He or she is willing to stay on the plateau for long time as long as they get to hack something once in a while. They are(…)
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!
Whenever there is an issue with the QlikView application. You’ll most likely hear one of the below comments from the QlikView Developers. Have a good long weekend. Enjoy!