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QlikView Business User Training Presented By Simplex Business Solution Ltd

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Accessing the QlikView Access point via the URL

How to Navigate a QlikView document

How to Make selections How to Place objects on a sheet

How to Create and share bookmarks with other users

How to Create in-context notes and comments on objects in the application

The QlikView Access point serves as a center/server for keeping and accessing of all developed and deployed applications To access the server, it is required that one uses a security login credential Upon logging in successfully, it provides a view to all applications available

Below is a sample of an application that has been prebuilt with the QlikView toolset and has been deployed on the server which is accessed via the Access point as described above. As one will notice a QlikView application can contain different tabs to provide information to different users in one place. Organizations can have dashboards, business analysis and transactional reporting all within one application.

As one can see we have 2 list boxes showing the Asset Classes and Fund type. When one selects or clicks on an item in the list box e.g an Asset Class, users start to see the associative, in-memory capabilities of the tool. First, users will see changes to the screen including the green/white/grey concept. A green field shows what a user selects. A user can also select these values regardless of their location in any hierarchy With QlikView, any dimension is selectable and will filter all other dimensions. A user can select more than one item and the tool limits what Groups and Sub Groups that are associated to those select items as shown below.

Users can restart their analysis by simply clicking the Clear button.

Optional: One may want to mention that the Back button moves you back one selection so one can retrace their navigation path. Also, bookmarks can be defined so that prebuilt filters can easily be saved and returned to.

Another capability that end users should know about is the fact that all charts, charts and gauges are actionable. User can interact and select from the graphical displays. The charts are automatically aware of the associative in-memory nature of QlikView, so by selecting these values all associated data is once again highlighted in white and non-associated data is in grey

The user starts out by specifying what type of object they would like on the screen. There are a number of visual objects that can be added to an application. When adding an object or chart, the user is guided through a wizard to add the appropriate information. With this wizard, off-roading can easily be accomplished. Right click on the Blank Sheet, and select New Sheet Object e.g. Chart One will notice here that any object in the associative data model is available to be used as a dimension in the chart.

This unique feature allows a collaborative decision making between two or more executives, irrespective of their geographical location. It duplicates the screen view of the QlikView dashboard from which decision is being made across all the executives in an opened session and activates the screen across board such that any click by any of the executives on his device reflects across other screens.

The Bookmark is used to limit the data to contain a specific selection that has been already made to show useful or interesting information. To use, we move the cursor to the Bookmarks Menu and select the add bookmark option