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(…)
Fun with QlikView
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!
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(…)
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.
Welcome to QlikShare.Com. In this video, we’ll see how to generate geometrical shapes in QlikView. These work best in IE Plugin and it’s useful technique when you wanted to create circles and ovals. 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(…)
Hello, Welcome back to QlikShare.Com. I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog. Few days back one of the member on QlikView Community (Geetha) asked an interesting question – How to set up Dimension as URL? I’m sure most of you know that you can setup Expression as URL by using Representation property on the(…)
Hello, Welcome back! This video is third part of three part series on Cricket World Cup Analysis in QlikView. Please click here to access first part and second part. I’ll demonstrate step-by-step process. Please contact me if you have any questions. Just in case if you can’t watch the video from this site, you can use this link to watch(…)
Hello, Welcome back! This video is part two of three part series on Cricket World Cup Analysis in QlikView. Please click here to watch the first part of this tutorial. I’ll demonstrate step-by-step process. Please contact me if you have any questions. Just in case if you can’t watch the video from this site, you can use(…)
Hello, Today I’m going to show you interesting stuff in QlikView. This is advanced topic (Level-III) and I’d assume that you already know how to create charts, modify their properties and use variables. I am going to divide this topic into three parts to keep the videos short. This technique opens new ideas and show(…)