QlikView 11.20 Service Release 17 temporarily removed from the download site

Hi all QlikView users,


We have unfortunately decided to remove QlikView 11.20 Service Release 17 from the download site temporarily.   This is due to a defect which has been identified and is currently being addressed.    A replacement SR with a fix will be made available as soon as possible.


QVII-1697 which is related to use of the “where exists (field, field)” reload script syntax is being fixed.   This issue only affects 11.20 SR17, it does not affect 11.20 SR16 or earlier releases nor does it affect QlikView 12.


We sincerely apologize for any inconcenience and we will keep you updated on developments.


Kind regards

Global Support Team

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Qlik Sense® will release 5 times a year!

Did you hear the news?  Qlik® is introducing a continuous release process for Qlik Sense®.   Instead of three releases per year with a dot-zero release in June, Qlik will begin releasing Qlik Sense® every 10 weeks!  Since

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Coming Soon to Qlik NPrinting™

All products constantly evolve based on customer demand and technology Innovation and this is certainly what drives the Qlik NPrinting product team.  When the first release of Qlik NPrinting (then Vizubi) was released in 2008 you would not have

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A Cure for the Forgetting Curve

Learn software at the point of need with performance support tools


In a previous post, Kevin Hanegan (Qliks VP of Knowledge and Learning) shared how today’s software users prefer to learn as they go, rather than take training before starting to use the tool. The software industry is following suit to address the trend, with Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSS) gaining popularity as alternatives to performance interventions that require learners to consume knowledge before a task is realized. The goal of EPSS systems is to provide whatever is necessary to generate performance and learning at the point of need, by integrating the support as much as possible into a user’s work space. This approach to performance is seen as an improvement over traditional training, which takes place before the individual must perform the task. Traditional training typically includes a delay between the learning and application of that to the job, which causes a loss that Hermann Ebbinghaus coined as the forgetting curve.


So, what do these tools look like?  To learn visit http://global.qlik.com/us/blog/posts/kevin-hanegan/a-cure-for-the-forgetting-curve

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NOW Available: Qlik Sense June 2017 Technical Preview

Qlik customers & partners are invited to join the Qlik Sense June 2017 Technical Preview. This preview include new features like new charts, Advanced Analytics, iOS Client, Color by Dimension, On Demand App Generation, Visual Data Profiling and more. Read What’s new for more information.

Use the community to create, participate, and follow dynamic discussions on this new release of Qlik Sense.

Provide your feedback before June 26 when the community closes.

If you experience any issues regarding access to the community please contact insight@qlik.com.

We look forward to your feedback!!!!

Best Regards,


The Products Team


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Addressing issues with Qlik Sense chart tooltips in mashups

If you’re creating a mashup that includes embedded Qlik Sense charts, there’s a couple issues you may run into that you’ll want to be aware of.   First, if your mashup scrolls, and you scroll down the page, you will notice that the tooltips on the

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Apresentações e mudanças de pastas automaticamente dos Aplicativos do Qlik Sense com implementações em javascript e HTML.


      Várias empresas costumam apresentar no setor de operações um monitor com alguns indicadores de área. O uso destas apresentações geralmente ocorre em empresas de contact center.  Assim é possível acompanhar dinamicamente os indicadores da área. Em um Call Center é muito comum analisar como estão as vendas, as resoluções de problemas e atendimento de um modo geral. Tudo isto pode ser medido por indicadores. E os mesmos podem ser apresentados para área operacional.


Solução customizada para apresentações de aplicativos

     Uma opção de apresentação dos aplicativos é o uso de customizações de apresentação em uma página web. As pastas podem ser apresentadas automaticamente uma a uma sem a necessidade de um usuário ficar navegando entre as pastas.


Siga os procedimentos sobre como criar a personalização:

  • Acessar o Qlik Sense   Desktop ou abrir o Qlik Sense Site: Ao abrir o hub do qlik sense você terá acesso à configuração de implementações no Dev Hub.


Veja o print:



  • Acesso o Dev Hub, escolha a opção Single Configurator



  • Escolha o aplicativo




  • Selecione e copie os iFrames das pastas do aplicativo



Depois de executar estes procedimentos, vamos ao código javascript para implementação do HTML com a rotação das pastas. Copie o Iframes nos locais indicados como o script abaixo.


Código fonte:



Depois de ajustar o script com a implementação de iframes, basta salvar o arquivo com a extensão html. Feito isso, basta abrir o arquivo para testar a implementação. As pastas serão exibidas automaticamente na ordem de execução no script.



Em anexo segue o arquivo Consumer Sales.html do modelo. O script pode ser alterado e adaptado de acordo com a necessidade de cada programador ou usuário. Basta abrir o arquivo em um editor de textos ou bloco de notas e realizar as adaptações.


Bons estudos!!!


João Carlos Ferreira.

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