To enable this option
- To regenerate the SQL statements clear it and open it again.
- Keep the fields order same and in there are any changes with target table structure, regenerate everything again
Today we are proud to announce that after several months of hard work and intensive testing new versions of Visual Importer ETL, Advanced ETL Processor, Active Table Editor and Database Browser are finally live. They bring to the users enormous number of useful changes, usage improvements and bug fixes.
Please use our support forum to provide us with feedback, we are are always happy to assist anyone having problems
Those people who work with QlikView know that it requires direct connection to the database to pull the data from, which is not possible to implement in some situations. One of the solutions is to use QVD files but again there is no way to create them without using QlikView.
In version 10 QlikView has introduced support for QVX files.
QVX (QlikView data eXchange) is a new file/stream format for high performance data input into QlikView. A QVX formatted file contains metadata describing a table of data and the actual data. In contrast to the QVD format, which is proprietary and optimized for minimum transformations inside QlikView, the QVX format is public and requires a few transformations when exporting data from traditional data base formats.
Data can be generated from virtually any data source.
All data is exported as UTF8 text using row delimiter
Here is the link to file format specification.
After several months of hard work Visual Importer ETL version 8 is finally available for download. It introduces enormous amount of useful changes, improvements and bug fixes:Dowload Professional or Enterprise version
Support will provide assistance to existing customers who pay for support and maintenance.
Please use our support forum to provide us with feedback. we are currently looking for beta testers and will be happy to assist anyone having problems