Here are some of the highlights of the new and updated features of QlikView.
Changed PDF printer driver
QlikView Publisher will by default use Microsoft Print to PDF. The previous PDF driver PDF-XChange 3.0 has been removed from QlikView installations.
Improved Access Point
The Access Point has been visually improved.
Improved bookmark handling
It is now possible to share bookmarks also with an Analyzer license.
Improved Section Access
The logic in Section Access has been tweaked so that it now is possible to use the same Section Access in both QlikView and Qlik Sense, including SaaS editions. The changes affect the fields SERIAL and USER.EMAIL.
Existing Section Access tables should work unchanged, unless you already have a field called USER.EMAIL. In such a case, you need to review your authorization table.
Improved support for QlikView apps in Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS
Added support for large QlikView applications on Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS.
A limit on number of parallel distributions to Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS has been added.
Added support for mailing a bookmark as a link.
Added support for proxy when distributing to Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS.
Support for the QVF file format has been introduced. It is now possible to open and save files in the QVF format. There are however still some limitations, e.g. input fields and macros are not supported; QVF files cannot be reloaded on a QlikView Server.
Further, there is not yet any cross-compatibility between QlikView QVF files and Qlik Sense QVF files.
Searchable bookmark list
The drop-down listing bookmarks is now searchable, so it is possible to find the correct bookmark also in long lists.
Copy cell value to clipboard for the Analyzer license
Support for Copy cell value to clipboard has been added for Analyzer licenses.