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LET, SET, Quotes

Summary: In Qlik script SET is often a better choice than LET, even when the value contains quotes.  I sometimes see the LET script statement used when SET would be syntactically  easier and more readable. A brief review:  SET assigns the given parameter as-is to the variable,  LET treats the parameter as an expression ...
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Spring Holiday Recommendations

Summary: This post has nothing to do with Qlik. It’s a reach out to the community I have built over the years soliciting holiday recommendations. I have a two week holiday break between the Masters Summit for Qlik in Prague 3 April and Qonnections 23 April. My wife Linda favors ...
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Get the Numbers Right

I travel a lot for business and personal reasons. I’ve used TripIt (owned by Concur) for several years to plan and manage my trips. It’s a  great tool, can’t image living without it. Today TriptIt sent me a lovely graphic email summarizing my 2017 travel.  The design was  a very fashionable  card layout ...
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Hiding Mashup Objects

I’m really appreciating the Qlik Sense Mashup facility.  In the simplest case, mashups are when you embed Sense charts in a web page.  Super easy with Sense. Perhaps you’ve created some charts in your app that exist solely to serve the mashup.  What if  you want to display these charts ...
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QViewer Acquisition

I’m pleased to announce that I’ve acquired the excellent QViewer tool from Dmitry Gudkov effective January 1.  I’ll be marketing, developing and supporting QViewer going forward. QViewer has a stellar reputation as a must have tool for Qlik Developers.  I’m pleased to be taking over such a fine product. This ...
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