Connecting Workbench to QlikView Web Server

QlikView Workbench can be used within an web site project, and it can connect to a QlikView Web Server via the div tag in a JavaScript without the need for a .NET DLL component.

Note: If the DLL component is not used, the proxy cannot be used.
Using proxy

Below follows an example of the JavaScript code using the div tag (as a part of the HTML code instead of the ASPX code):

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://localhost/QvAjaxZfc/htc/QvAjax.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> var mydoc; var MyQvObject; MySheetObjects = function(data) { alert(data.length); } MyDocuments = function(data) { alert(data.length); } MySearch = function() { MyQvObjects.Data.SelectTexts("3","4"); } MyInit = function() { mydoc=Qv.GetDocument("Films"); MyQvObject = mydoc.GetObject("LB1458"); } GetDocumentList = function() { Qv.GetAllDocuments(function(data) { alert("data:" + data.length); }); } GetObjectList = function() { mydoc.GetAllObjects(function(data) { alert(data.length); }); } Qv.InitWorkbench({ View: 'Films', BodyOnLoadFunctionNames: ["MyInit"], CustomIcons: {SEARCH:"API_test/Images/NewSEARCH.bmp", CD: "API_test/Images/NewCD.bmp"} }); </script>

Below follows an example of the div tag:

<div style="width:400px;height:250px;"> div class="QvFrame" avqview="Films" avq="object:.Document\LB1458" id="Document\LB1458" style="width:400px;height:250px;"> </div>

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