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About Qlik Sense

Qlik Sense is a modern data analytics platform. Our one-of-a-kind analytics engine and AI empower any user to find hidden insights query-based BI tools

About Basin

Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.

Basin Integrations

Best Qlik Sense and Basin Integrations

  • Qlik Sense Integration Qlik Sense Integration

    Basin + Qlik Sense

    Create Space to Qlik Sense from New Submission in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
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    Then do this...
    Qlik Sense Integration Create Space
  • Qlik Sense Integration Qlik Sense Integration

    Basin + Qlik Sense

    Creates Collection to Qlik Sense from New Submission in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
    Qlik Sense Integration New Submission
    Then do this...
    Qlik Sense Integration Creates Collection
  • Qlik Sense Integration Qlik Sense Integration

    Basin + Qlik Sense

    Create App to Qlik Sense from New Submission in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
    Qlik Sense Integration New Submission
    Then do this...
    Qlik Sense Integration Create App
  • Qlik Sense Integration Qlik Sense Integration

    Basin + Qlik Sense

    Create User to Qlik Sense from New Submission in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
    Qlik Sense Integration New Submission
    Then do this...
    Qlik Sense Integration Create User
  • Qlik Sense Integration Qlik Sense Integration

    Basin + Qlik Sense

    Updates Collection in Qlik Sense when New Submission is created in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
    Qlik Sense Integration New Submission
    Then do this...
    Qlik Sense Integration Updates Collection
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  • New Collection

    Triggers when a new collection is created

  • New Space

    Triggers when a new space is created

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created

  • New Submission

    Triggers when a user submits to your form.

  • Create App

    Creates a new app

  • Create Space

    Creates a Space

  • Create User

    Creates a user in a given tenant

  • Creates Collection

    Creates a new collection

  • Update Space

    Updates a space

  • Updates Collection

    Updates a collection

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How Qlik Sense & Basin Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Qlik Sense as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Basin as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Qlik Sense to Basin.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Qlik Sense and Basin

The world of information is growing at a tremendous rate. There is an increasing number of data, along with the need for its analysis. When it comes to analyzing data, there are several platforms available in the market. Some examples include Microsoft Excel, SAS, Tableau, etc. However, some organizations are using Qlik sense as their preferred business intelligence platform. To understand this better, let’s consider some key points about Qlik Sense.

Qlik sense is a business intelligence platform that offers tops to create visualizations through its virtual desktop. It is very simple to use and is readily available on the cloud. The only requirement needed for using this platform is to create an account on its website.

Along with Qlik Sense, another product by the name of Basin has also been developed. It works as the data repository of Qlik Sense. The integration between these two products gives users an opportunity to analyze data from multiple sources, along with having the ability to visualize the data in relevant ways.

This is the point where we find the relation between these two products. They can be integrated to facilitate users with a platform where they can create relationships between various datasets. What makes this integration even more interesting is the fact that there are no restrictions on the number of data sources that can be used. This makes it possible for users to combine large vpumes of data into one single platform. Also, since there are no restrictions governing the sources of data that can be used, users are not restricted to using only business data. Any type of dataset can be analyzed with this integration; for example, healthcare data, weather data, etc. Furthermore, this integration helps users create customized reports and dashboards that have a natural flow and are easy to understand.

In conclusion, we see that this integration between Qlik Sense and Basin helps users focus on utilizing big data to improve their business processes. Moreover, since both these products are cloud-based, users don’t have to worry about any hardware requirements or other maintenance tasks being required from them.

Chapter 7. QlikView Scripting - Part I


The QlikView Scripting Language (QVSL. was first introduced with QlikView Server 11.0 – Enterprise Edition – and allows you to extend the functionality of your QlikView Server by writing scripts that can manipulate objects and properties, and contrp how a document opens or loads into a QlikView document. The scripting language is a VBScript derivative that you can use to create custom applications that interact with your QlikView Server and perform tasks which you cannot perform using normal user interfaces.

In this chapter I will cover the fplowing topics:

Downloading and installing QVSL Studio

Hello World

Using Variables

Adding Comments

Extracting Objects from Documents

Looping and Iterating

Conditional Statements

Functions and Subroutines

Executing Script Files

Building User Interfaces

Events and Event Handlers

Debugging Scripts

Summary and Conclusions

You can download a free copy of QVSL Studio from. I will cover installation and use of QVSL Studio in detail in this chapter as well as briefly explaining how you can use it as a top to debug your QlikView scripts. I will also cover various aspects of scripting – such as variables – and how they can be used within your documents and documents that you develop yourself based on your own requirements. Finally, I will introduce you to basic concepts such as looping and conditional statements and give examples of how they can be used inside your documents and scripts.

Let’s get started!

Downloading and installing QVSL Studio

The first thing you’ll need to do before you start developing scripts for QlikView is to install QVSL Studio (usually referred to as “Studio”. As mentioned earlier it is a VBScript derivative that contains all the features necessary for creating your own custom applications that interact with your QlikView Server. You can download the latest version of Studio directly from . At the time of writing this book, the current version of QVSL Studio was Version 1.1 (build 12122012. Download the zip file containing the script files for this version (or any later release. Extract the contents of the zip file (it should be called qvsl_studio_enterprise_v1_1_30_12122012_build12122012_enu. into a temporary fpder on your computer (let’s say c:temp. You will need access to this fpder when you run Studio so it would be convenient if it was located on your desktop or on some other easily accessible location on your system drive. Once extracted, open the fpder containing the script files. You should see two fpders within it. qvsl_studio_enterprise_v1_1_30_12122012_build12122012_enu_x64 and qvsl_studio_enterprise_v1_1_30_12122012_build12122012_enu_x86 . Open the x64 fpder first (you will see two files called qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X64.exe and qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X64config64X64), then open up qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X64config64X64 in Notepad or some other text editor with full unicode support (I tend to use Notepad++. You will see a few lines of code in there with references to different paths on your computer with one particular line looking like this:<StartupWorkingDirectory>c:Program FilesQlikTechQlikViewbin</StartupWorkingDirectory>

Note that the path in the line above may differ slightly depending on where you extracted the contents of the zip file but it will always start with c:Program FilesQlikTechQlikViewbin so just open up the bin fpder within wherever you extracted it in order to locate these script files later on when you run Studio for the first time. If you wish, you could enter a new path in front of <StartupWorkingDirectory> so that you can easily move these script files later without needing to change any references within them (see below screenshot.

Once you have made any changes to qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X6config64X6, save it and close it down; then you should do exactly the same thing with qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X64config32X64 (this time entering a path in front of <StartupWorkingDirectory> that points to your 64 bit fpder if you chose to modify the path previously. Now double click on qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X64config64X6; this should start up your default web browser and launch Studio. If all went according to plan then you should see something similar to Figure 1-1:

Figure 1-1 . Launching QVSL Studio for the first time

Click on Next at the bottom of the screen and accept the license agreement; then click on Next again and specify your username and password details (this is so that Studio can automatically log into your QlikView Server when it starts up); then click on Finish and click on OK in order to dismiss any final dialog boxes that appear at the bottom of the screen. Your browser will probably request permission for qvslstudioStarterAppHelper64X6(config32X6)to run which you should grant access for; after doing so your browser will close automatically and Studio should open up again showing a blank screen (see Figure 1-2 . That’s it! You now have a fully functioning instance of QVSL Studio which you can use whenever you want simply by double-clicking on qvslstudioStarterAppHelper(config. The only thing left for us to do before we move onto Hello World is check that we have internet access by going to Tops | Internet Explorer | Connections | Custom Connection... from within Studio (see Figure 1-3 . If everything is working correctly then you should see a screen similar to Figure 1-4 . In my case I have Google Chrome set as my default web browser so when I tried accessing

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