|Title||Here the title that is to be displayed in the window caption can be entered. As default the document file name is used. To alter it, enter the selection in the Title edit box.|
|Author||In the Author edit box specify the author of the QlikView file.|
In this group set the level of compression for the QlikView files.
|Alert Pop-ups||This button opens the Pop-up Window Settings dialog where the default look of alert pop-up messages can be determined.|
|Help Pop-ups||This button opens the Pop-up Window Settings dialog where the default look of help pop-up messages can be determined.|
Alternate States functionality is enabled by a QlikView developer. The developer invokes the Alternate States dialog by clicking this button.
Note: Do not enable this functionality unless it is really needed in the QlikView Document.
|Memory Statistics||Click this button to save a table file containing memory usage statistics for the current QlikView document. This file can be read e.g. by QlikView for an analysis of memory requirements for different parts of the document.|
|Default Sheet Background||
The Background Color for the Default Sheet Background of the document window(s) can be customized by checking this alternative. A color can be defined as a solid color or a gradient via the Color Area dialog that opens when clicking the button. Alternatively, it is possible to specify a background image by checking Wallpaper Image and clicking the Change button. This will open the Change Wallpaper dialog where a picture file can be selected.
image can be altered with the following options:
Horizontal and Vertical orientation:
|Use Passive FTP Semantics||
If the Use Passive FTP Semantics option is checked, the passive Ftp semantics will be enabled. The passive semantics option is used for communicating with a server through a firewall.
|Generate Logfile||To track the execution of the load script select Generate Logfile. The information that is shown in the Progress window during script execution will be stored as qv.log.|
|Timestamp in Logfile Name||Puts a timestamp in the logfile name, e.g. sales.qvw.2009_02_26_12_09_50.log. The setting is only available if the Generate Logfile check-box is marked.|
|Hide Unavailable Menu Options||The setting Hide Unavailable Menu Options is used in conjunction with the security settings. Any menu options that should normally be grayed out, will instead be completely hidden from the user.|
The QlikView sheet tabrow may be removed by checking Hide Tabrow. In order to move between sheets use the Next Sheet / Previous Sheet actions or the Sheet Toolbar of the View menu. It is also possible to use automation control, which will e.g. make it possible to force the user to move between sheets and even making selections in a specific order.
|Keep Unreferenced QVD Buffers||
The Keep Unreferenced QVD Buffers setting overrules the normal procedure whereby any automatically created QVD files are purged immediately after script execution, provided they are no longer used by the document that created them. This setting should normally be left unchecked.
|Legacy Fractile Calculation||
If the Legacy Fractile Calculation check box is enabled, QlikView will use discrete values as results from the fractile aggregation function. Deselect the check box and QlikView will use an interpolated value, as known from the Percentile function in Microsoft Excel.
|Disable Layout Undo||
When the check box Disable Layout Undo is marked the layout undo buffer will be suspended. This may be useful to prevent unnecessary memory consumption when deploying certain QlikView documents. Each time a user or a macro changes the layout a chunk of data is normally added to the layout undo buffer. In extreme cases, the accumulated buffer data may cause problems when deploying documents on a QlikView Server.
|Use WebView in Layout||
Toggles WebView mode, which uses the internal web browser in QlikView to display the document layout as an AJAX page, on and off.
|Default Export Encoding||
Use Default Export Encoding to set the default character set for export in new documents. Choose one of these option: ANSI, Unicode or UTF-8.
In the drop-down menu Styling
Mode choose the object style for all the sheet objects.
|Sheet Object Style||In the drop-down Sheet Object Style select a style for sheet object captions. The style selected will be used for all sheet objects with a caption in the document.|
|Tabrow Style||Under Tabrow Style select one of the available styles for the tab row appearance in this drop-down. The style selected will be used for all tabs in the document.|
QlikView supports several different ways of presenting data and making selections in list boxes and multi boxes. The QlikView Classic, Corner Tag, LED and Led Checkboxes styles all use color coding for indication of selected, possible and excluded values. The Windows Checkboxes style and the LED Checkboxes style mimic the standard Windows interface with a check box at each value. By choosing a specific style in this control, it is possible to force the document to appear in one style or another wherever opened. When using the selection styles based on color, there are a number of different color schemes available. The basic color scheme (green for selected, blue for locked etc.) cannot be changed, but variations of tone and intensity are possible.
|Tabrow Background||Specify a custom color to the background of the tab row by clicking the corresponding Tabrow Background button.|