To be honest, I’m a little bit frustrated when talking about open-source development for QlikView.
I have tried several ways and editors to develop QlikView extensions.
In the past it was not possible to load a mapping table directly from a QVD file. We had to use some workarounds to break the optimized load like:
This week I have received some eMails and read some posts that Google maps do not work anymore after upgrading to QV 10 SR2.
Recently there have been posted some really nice and interesting vidos on Scalability with QlikView on YouTube:
Some days ago the Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2010
In some delta-load scenarios it may be necessary to delete specific QVD files from within your load-script (QVD-Generator).
In the last three years I have quite often changed my standard concept of structuring my (customers’) QlikView projects in the file system.
I have recently received the question why there is no SELECT-CASE or SWITCH statement available in QlikView within load-statements.