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QlikView: Using Q-Eye to view resident tables.

Q-Eye is a great tool for viewing and editing QVDs, but Q-Eye can also be used to view resident tables during a reload.

1.       Download and install Q-Eye.

2.       Add the following sub to the beginning of your QlikView script. If you did not install Q-Eye in the default path or you are using the portable version, you will need to change the values for the path variables.

sub EyeTheTable (xTableName)
    let xProgramFilesPath = GetRegistryString('HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion', 'ProgramFilesDir');

How to build stylised QlikView Applications without any customisation

Customisations and extensions are powerful and cool and sometimes there is no other way to achieve your objectives, but did you know you can make QlikView Applications look and navigate like Rich User Interfaces by doing some of the following:

1.       Less borders – use less borders and when you do, use thinner lines drop the rounded corners;

2.       Softer (pastel) colours – these are easier on the eye and more appealing to users; 

3.       Transparent objects - Especially graphs;

5.       Use these same actions to set variables that you will use to control colours;

6.       Use text boxes to navigate by:

a.       Adding your actions (point 5) to these text boxes;

The Significance Of QlikView

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Individuals who are reliant on BI have long discovered the significance of QlikView Business Discovery Platform.  The platform and associated services have been growing rapidly over the past decade.  The platform is renowned for its capacity to assist users in uncovering insights that have been overlooked by other BI tools.  It is also known for its use of visualizations, which make it easier to comprehend and explain to others.