One of the key benefits provided by the Governance Dashboard is the ability to rapidly identify the expressions used internally within your QlikView applications and view them according to how their presentation objects are labeled. This capability provides focus on possible inconsistent definitions of key performance indicators across multiple QlikView applications in your deployment.
The Expressions section on the Objects sheet shows a list of all labels and expressions used in sheet objects across all of your QlikView applications. The Expressions table lists the unique expressions, sorted in order of descending number of labels (# of Labels). When an expression has multiple labels, it might indicate a lack of consistency in naming conventions across apps or even within the same app.
The Expression Labels table lists the unique labels used across all sheet objects in your
In the case of the label Budget, for example, it is used 26 times in 5
When Budget is selected in the Expression Labels list, we see the expressions it has in the Expressions table. The expressions are all different. This could create a problem if the different expressions are used in the same
Expressions can also be defined with different labels. When the Clear button in the QlikView ribbon bar is selected, we can see all the labels and expressions again. The seventh expression in the Expressions list, count(CaseNumber), has a # of Labels value of 9. The expression has nine different labels. The expression can be selected, and the labels that use it are displayed in the labels list.
The inconsistent labels could cause confusion if they are used in the same