The following 14-min video shows how the Delta Tags technique easily replaces another commonly used approach to incremental loads (based on variables) in QlikView and Qlik Sense, and demonstrates why the Delta tags approach makes the process more reliable while still being highly efficient and configurable. Another important aspect of this technique that is demonstrated in the video is how the Delta Tags approach works very well with segmented QVDs (a.k.a partitioned QVDs) in an incremental scenario, something that is not as straightforward to implement with other approaches.
One of the major themes in last week’s Qonnections event in Dallas, TX, was the importance of having a solid Data Strategy in conjunction with a good Analytics Strategy to build and support a robust Data Platform that not only enables but also nurtures a Data Literacy culture within a company. This focus on the [...]
Delta Tags – A new mechanism for efficiently keeping track of incremental reloads in QlikView and Qlik Sense
When working with large datasets in QlikView and Qlik Sense, it’s important to ensure the backend data processing jobs (Extracts and Transforms) perform efficiently, by following best practices to reduce execution time and keep resource usage at a minimum. One of the best practices recommended for efficient data processing is implementing an incremental load strategy, [...]
RightQlik is a simple custom context menu that’s shown when right clicking on a QVW file. This allows quick access to some common functions that a developer would often perform on a QlikView file.
Me llena de orgullo y satisfacción anunciar la publicación de la versión en español de nuestro libro QlikView 11 para Desarrolladores, el cual es una traducción del libro publicado originalmente en inglés y escrito junto con Barry Harmsen. Este trabajo es fruto de un esfuerzo de varios meses y cuya motivación surge del gran recibimiento que la comunidad QlikView dio a la versión original. ¡Ingresa para más información!
This is not the common iQlik post, in which I try to share a particular technique, but it is something I would like to share with you and know what you think about it. I've been working with large Apps and I detected a possible feature that would be nice to have on QlikView desktop. Read on...