Category Archives: APIs

Starting to work with the QlikView Management Services API (QMS API), Some Useful Resources (QlikTip #51)

The QlikView Management Services API (QMS API) is an officially supported web service based API to get access to functionality behind QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher. Using the QMS API everything which can be done within the QlikView Mangement Console (QMC) can also be accomplished programmatically (and much more!!!). In my opinion the QMS API […]

QlikView Mashup Examples & Documentation (QlikTip #48)

Creating Mashups in QlikView is extremely simple but I am very often surprised that QlikView’s ability to integrate QlikView documents and objects into other web application is not used very often, sometimes it is not even known that this can be achieved easily. Maybe one reason for that is that documentation and examples are very […]

Reloading QlikView Documents using the Ajax-/Mobile-Client (Triggering EDX Tasks by using a QlikView Extension) (QlikTip #47)

It is quite easy to reload a current QlikView document if you are using the IE-Plugin or QlikView Desktop. But achieving the same result if you are using the Ajax-/Web-/Mobile-Client is a bit more demaning. The solution described here closes the gap using a combined approach of misc. QlikView integration techniques: The QMS API (QlikView […]

QlikTip #37: Retrieve all EDX tasks from QMSAPi

QlikView’s QMSAPI offers the method IQMS.FindEDX which returns all EDX tasks matching the given name. If you have a look at the detailed explanation of this function it will return any EDX task containing the value for the given string: So testing this in a real world scenario where you have the following EDX tasks: […]

Visual Studio 2010 SP1 is available (fixes the OCX bug)

Some days ago the Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2010 has been published. This also fixes the Visual Studio bug when trying to add the QlikView OCX control which is also described in the Reference Manual of QlikView: I have just tested this and registration of OCX now works again as expected.