What’s New in QlikView 12.10?

Here are some of the highlights of the new and updated features of QlikView. This release of QlikView 12.10 includes scalability and performance improvements. Please refer to release notes for further details.

Improvements and new features in this release include:

  • Improved QlikView Server clustering and scaling. This leads to significantly improved response times under high load and improved ramp-up capacity. It also allows for more nodes and concurrent users.

  • Unbalanced QlikView Server clusters: a QlikView Server cluster can now manage nodes of different sizes regarding CPU, RAM, and number of cores.

  • Improved caching in QlikView AccessPoint, which significantly decreases response times when scaling to a large number of documents and/or users.

  • Introduction of publisher groups and regular and dedicated tasks for load balancing purposes.

  • New task status added: Queued. A task will be queued if it is not able to start due to overload.

  • Publisher high-load support: QlikView 12.10 optimizes the inter-service communication to improve stability and performance in cases with many concurrent tasks and high frequency changes.

  • QlikView Distribution Service (QDS) now allows running tasks to finish before shutting down the service.

  • QlikView can now be configured for single sign-on (SSO) access to SAP HANA.

  • Expanded QMS API functionality, with additional methods and new API calls.

In QlikView 12.10, support has been added for:

  • Software and applications: MS Office 2016, MS SharePoint 2016, MS SQL Server 2016. MS Windows Server 2016.

  • Browser/web: Internet Explorer 11 and ActiveX Plugin for MS Windows 10.

  • Operating system: iOS10.

See: System Requirements for QlikView for full details.

QlikView Desktop

QlikView 12.10 adds the following improvements to the functionality and interface of QlikView Desktop:

• Search capabilities added to the variable overview.

• Improved resizing and functionality of the expression and variable overview windows.

• Re-ordering of variables in the variable overview.

• Stacked tabs in the graph properties dialog.

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