QlikView Extension - OnOffSwitch
A QlikView object extension to enable the user to toggle the value of a variable in iPad style.
Table of Contents
- Use this extension to allow users to change the value of a variable with a nice looking interface (very similar to the experience on an iPad).
- You can use this extensions multiple time on each QlikView sheet to manipulate different variables.
- No need to code anything, all properties can be set in the extension's property dialog.
- Settings via extension's property dialog:
- Name of the variable to be manipulated
- Label for on/off status
Set your properties
using the extension's property dialog
Use multiple instances
of this extension to your QlikView document:
Changes to the status of each extension will automatically change the value of the associated variable:
A real live scenario
, the On/Off switches are used for:
- enabling/disabling sheets
- enabling/disabling sheet objects
- enabling/disabling dimensions
Instructions - How to use:
Installation & Configuration
- Download the extension
- Install the extension on your local computer (doubleclick on the .qar file)
- Drag'n'Drop the extension within QlikView Desktop (using WebView)
- Set the desired properties:
- Reference a variable to be changed
- Set the label properties (by default they will be set to "On" and "Off")
- Finally deploy the extension to your server (->
Behavior of the extension
- If the initial value of an extension cannot be recognized, the default value will be set to the "On" status, but the value of the variable will not be changed until the user first clicks on either "On" or "Off"
- The extension will change the values according to the selected status as follows
- Changing the value for the "On" or "Off" label will not change the resulting variable value
===== v1.0 - 01/01/2013 =====
- Non so far, please use the
Issue Tracker to submit your observations.
Future Improvements & Ideas:
- Probably I could add more layouts/themes
- Offer more possibilities than just On/Off (like radio buttons), e.g. small, small, regular, large, larger
- Add the possibility to disable the control
- Add the functionality to change target values, so on only 0 for Off and 1 for On, but e.g. 1 for Off and 1000 for Off
- If you have additional ideas,
please let me know
Please add your comments, bugs and ideas for future enhancements in the
of this project.
I have reviewed some implementations how to achieve a toggle switch using jQuery, Html and CSS. Finally I decided to use a very simple implementation by
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This is just a private project of a real QlikView enthusiast ... ;-)