System variables, some of which are system-defined, provide information about the system and the QlikView document.
Use the drop-down on each function to see a brief description and the syntax of each function. For some of the functions, you can get further details about that specific function by clicking the function name in the syntax description.
The Include/Must_Include variable specifies a file that contains text that should be included in the script and evaluated as script code. You can store parts of your script code in a separate text file and reuse it in several documents. This is a user-defined variable.
All field names beginning with this text string will be hidden in the same manner as the system fields. This is a user-defined variable.
All field names ending with this text string will be hidden in the same manner as the system fields. This is a user-defined variable.
If this variable is set to 0, stripping of /*..*/ and // comments in the script will be inhibited. If this variable is not defined, stripping of comments will always be performed.
Normally all field values are automatically stripped of leading and trailing blanks (ASCII 32) and tabs (ASCII 9) before being loaded into the QlikView database. Setting this variable to 1 suspends the stripping of blanks and tabs. Hard space (ANSI 160) is never stripped.
This variable defines the timeout in seconds that QlikView should respect when getting data from URL sources (e.g. HTML pages). If omitted, the timeout is about 20 minutes.