BI provider Qlik has provided the November release of its data analysis software QlikView. The new version features some exciting new features and improvements.
Some of the highlights of the new and updated features of QlikView include:
Support to create and schedule files in QlikView Publisher
The new version of QlikView Publisher includes the “File Exists” task among the supporting tasks. This new supporting option can be used to trigger another task following the creation of a file. This is especially useful when the system creates files at irregular time schedules and is used to improve file creation and scheduling. A “File Exists” task completes successfully even when the corresponding file is not found, but does not trigger the following task in this case.
New Log File for QVS Engine Performance
A new QVS Engine log file is now available in QlikView November 2018 for optimized troubleshooting and document design. Because the Engine log file creates a large amount of log data, it is disabled by default and can be enabled for a limited period of time. The generated log contains DocId, ObjectId, ObjectType, NetRAM and PeakRAM, which show the user which objects in the app require the highest RAM capacity.
Separate Reload Performance Protocol
Special new log files now provide information about task performance in a separate form. Until now, this information could be found in the task logs. The new arrangement of the log files makes it easier to reload the performance analysis and keep record which documents consume the most resources.
Improved QlikView Script Loading Process
QlikView November 2018 provides the ability to load complete tables from an SSE-plug-in by making a single request in the QlikView load script.
Custom settings in the configuration files listed in the QMC
The new QlikView version makes it possible to display all “non-default settings” applied to the respective QlikView deployment directly in the menu of the QlikView Management Console (QMC). The displayed list can be used to document all custom configurations and thus provides an ideal basis to update or migrate the respective QlikView installation.
In addition to the new functions listed, the new QlikView version includes other new features such as support for .NET Framework 4.7.2 and the implementation of the Skia graphics library to enhance app visualizations. The following video provides an overview of the QlikView November 2018 highlights: