Ways to access your data
To access your
Loading data from tables
After you authenticate the connector with your account credentials, use the tables to fetch your data. Some tables are preconfigured to access a specific set of data while others let you create custom queries. The table below outlines some of the use cases for some of the tables that are available.
|GetSurveyList||Use this table to fetch the list of surveys associated with your account. The list displays the survey IDs which are needed to run the other tables.|
|GetRespondentList||Use this table to fetch the list of respondent IDs for a collector list. This list displays the respondent IDs which are needed to run other tables.|
|GetResponses||Use this table to fetch the list of responses for a survey.|
To select and load data from a table, enter the required table parameters and click Preview data. Required parameters are marked with an asterisk (*). The table fields are displayed under the Data preview tab. You can select fields individually by selecting the box beside each field name. Select Insert script after you have made your selection.
To run some of the tables, you need to enter specific table parameters, usually in the form of an object ID or an object name. You can find many of these parameters when you run other tables.
For example, to run the GetCollectorList table you need to enter a survey ID. You can fetch the list of surveys and their IDs by running the GetSurveyList table.
Working with the Survey Monkey API quota limit
Reference - Survey Monkey developer documentation
You can refer to the SurveyMonkey API documentation to learn more about the requirements and restriction imposed by the APIs when making requests.
Possible cause Possible cause
You have exceeded the API limits that are imposed on the Qlik Web Connectors by the
Proposed action Proposed action
To reduce the impact of reaching the API rate limits, develop your app with the following in mind:
- Extract only the data you need.
- Reload one Survey Monkey-based application at a time.
- Ensure that loops in your script that make API calls will not result in infinite loops.