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Looping tables in Qlik can be tricky. Learn about indexes and how dropping tables affects them.
14 February 2022

Qlik table functions and indexes

Learn about table functions and indexes in Qlik and how dropping tables affects the indexes of the remaining tables.

Friday Qlik Test Prep Script Solution
When using Qlik Set Analysis, a Set Identifier is the starting point of your selection. This post shows you which set identifiers exist, and how you can use them.
7 February 2022

Qlik Set Identifiers

When using Qlik Set Analysis, a Set Identifier is the starting point of your selection. This post shows you which set identifiers exist, and how you can use them.

Friday Qlik Test Prep Set Analysis Solution
How to pick the right visualization for time series
31 January 2022

Visualizing time series

In this post we show you how to visualize time series, and we’ll explain why some other options won’t work as well.

Friday Qlik Test Prep Solution Visualization
Qlik circular references and synthetic keys
24 January 2022

Qlik circular references and synthetic keys

Circular references and synthetic keys can cause incorrect associations in your Qlik data model. In this article we’ll show you how to resolve synthetic keys and circular references.

Data Model Friday Qlik Test Prep Performance Solution
Qlik Section Access pitfalls
18 January 2022

Qlik Section Access pitfalls

Section Access lets you manage the (row and column level) security of a Qlik application. You do this by including a table in your load script that defines which data is accessible to the user. When a user opens an application, Qlik uses this information to dynamically reduce the data set to only the information that the user is allowed to see. In this post you’ll learn more about Section Access and its pitfa

Friday Qlik Test Prep Section Access Solution
Friday Qlik Test Prep: How do I maintain an optimized load in Qlik Sense and QlikView?
10 January 2022

Qlik optimized load statements

An optimized QVD load is the fastest way to load data from a QVD into Qlik. And while even a non-optimized load from is typically much faster than loading from other sources, the difference between an optimized load and non-optimized can be significant. In this post we’ll show you how to maintain an optimized load in Sense and QlikView.

Friday Qlik Test Prep Performance Script Solution

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