Additional interactivity

Besides properly styling your QlikView documents, how your document responds to user interaction is also critical to ensuring a pleasant user experience. Fortunately, most of the interaction is already built into the list boxes, charts, and so on, but there are a few options that can help you make your document even more polished.

We will first look how we can make QlikView respond to certain events by using triggers and actions. We'll then see how we can create an advanced search expression that lets us search for data in a flexible manner. We will see how we can use these advanced search expressions to send out alerts when predefined conditions are met. We will end this section by looking at how to conditionally calculate ...

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