Category Archives: QlikView 11

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).

Improved WebPageViewer QlikView Extension (WebPageViewer2)

I have created a new QlikView object extension which overcomes some limitations of the WebPageViewer extension which is part of the default QlikView installation.

Pre-Selecting a Category in QlikView AccessPoint (QlikTip #52)

This article demonstrates a custom solution how to pre-select a category in QlikView AccessPoint. The pre-selected category will be opened by default, but the user still has the possibility to change the category by using the category select box (which is the default behavior of QlikView AccessPoint).

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 Extension – D3 Animated Scatter Chart

"Animated Scatter Chart" is a QlikView Charting Extension based on the excellent charting library D3. This chart can be used to better visualize the transition of two KPIs over time.

Creating a QlikView Extension from Scratch using D3 (QlikTip #50)

How I have created a QlikView Extension (Animated Scatter Chart) from scratch using the fantastic D3 library by Mike Bostock.

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".