Dmitry was also featured in our Expert Tips roundup. With QViewer, you can quickly open your QVDs outside of any Qlik product, access valuable lineage and metadata, filter select and search row-level content, and with the help of the free version of EasyMorph, even transform the contents of your QVDs. You can start with the free version of QViewer. How do I do this with the skill of a Ninja? Secondly, I was able to actually make selections on the Customer Num field to check my results.

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In this case, my blade of choice is a finely crafted weapon forged wvd the hands of the developers at EasyQlik. One of the advertised use-cases for QViewer is to link it with the free version of EasyMorph.

QViewer: A Powerful, Light and Fast QVD Viewer for QlikView Ninjas

You can start with the free version of QViewer. Now this is a neat use case. And also the newest version of QViewer will be a tad slower as the low-level processes used to load the binary data are changing to better handle larger QVDs.

This weapon is called QViewer. The limitation is that it will only loadrecords. This experiment made clear to me the real advantage of QViewer. Please be careful when doing this because scalability tests can vviewer impact the resources of your machine.

The ability to transparently inspect QVDs outside of QlikView saves a load of time, and simply provides clarity on the fields and values and the changes that might need to be made to them. Simply right click on the field and select Fields.

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Scroll down to SuppressSplash and set the Value to 1. Secondly, I was able to actually make selections on the Customer Num field to check my results. So just to conduct a test, I went ahead and did the same transformation with EasyMorph using my Customer Group example from above. For me, this vieser savings paid for QViewer in the first day of use. He knows what he is doing. Dmitry was also featured in our Expert Tips roundup. I would imagine EasyMorph is a more useful feature for Tableau since that tool does vieewr have an ETL layer or really any scripting ability at all.

With QViewer, you can quickly open your QVDs outside of any Qlik product, access valuable lineage and metadata, filter select and search row-level content, and with the help of the free version of EasyMorph, even transform the contents of your QVDs. Qbd looks like my transformation was correctly applied. This is one of the most impressive features of QViewer because not only can you make selections like you can in a QlikView dashboard, but you can search, filter on number or text, view the metadata for the field and also see the frequency of each value.

Leave this field empty. I will digress for a second.

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I generally wish to see the table at a specific point in the script as I am coding a transformation in the resident table. Using QViewer allows me to reduce some of that pain specifically for loading QVDs and displaying their contents for validation purposes.

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It seems that only a small part of my time is spent putting in the code that transforms my data and I spend the majority of my time figuring out how to spit out the QVD with the change and get it loaded onto my screen to validate the change worked. I was able to freely scroll through the data in the main window and open the list box pane on a highly unique field and apply a selection with no discernible delay.

You can actually make multiple selections to inspect the QVD like you would any QlikView application. This view provides table level meta data. In the meantime, I reduced that field from 13mb to 3mb.

QViewer: A Powerful, Light and Fast QVD Viewer for QlikView Ninjas

I selected a few items that were numbers and a few that were alpha. Specifically, the number of unique values, the uniqueness percentage, density, size in bytes and average bytes. This allows the script to continue and also neatly deposits QVD files maybe even multiple files to a directory where I can then view them in QViewer.

As you and I know, even though that sounds like a lot of records, it really is not in the land of QVDs. That is a huge savings.

The Table metadata view will also show you QVD field comments.