Category Archives: Integration

Plea for Open Source Development in the QlikView World

To be honest, I’m a little bit frustrated when talking about open-source development for QlikView. For quite some time I am trying to share as much content as possible and the response/feedback is little. For a long time I was thinking that maybe I am just developing solutions which are not used/needed by customers and […]




Executive Dashboard: Combining Multiple QlikView Documents into a Single Dashboard

This solution demonstrates how you can combine several objects from multiple QlikView applications into a single dashboard (Executive Dashboard).




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 […]




Better Current Selections Box to Translate & Hide Fields (QlikTip #49)

This article demonstrates how to overcome some limitations of the standard Current Selections Box of QlikView: Translating field values, translating “hardcoded” labels of the Current Selections Box, hiding specific fields and customizing the icons shown. The solution is based on a QlikView object extension I have created, called "Better Current SelectionsBox".




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 […]




A Comprehensive List of QlikView Object Extensions (01/2013)

QlikView Extensions are great, but it is not easy to find a list of all QlikView extensions available, so I have created this list of freely accessible QlikView extensions (all of them available for download plus source code).




Posting Data from QlikView to Other Systems using the Ajax Client

There are many scenarios where it is necessary to process QlikView data with other systems. There are many approaches and examples available how this can be achieved using Macros (based on the QlikView IE-Plugin) but this article cover how you can realize such a requirement by using only the QlikView Ajax client. Scenarios Let’s first […]