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Qlik Sense: What’s new in 3.2

The latest Qlik Sense version is currently Qlik Sense 3.2 released on 7th of February 2017. We are a Qlik partner and written a few blogs on Qlik. So, let's find out what's new with this cool tool. What's new with 3.2? This is the quick round-up of the new...

Qlik Sense – Change in Architecture

In the recent Qlik Sense 3.1 Service Release 2 I see that Qlik has introduced a new “Shared Persistence” storage model for multi-node installations. In this post, I will quickly explain what the “Share Persistence” model is and what that means for the installation...

5 Qlik blogs you should check out

Recently, I blogged about the Top 5 OptimalBI Qlik Blogs. But we aren't the only people blogging about Qlik. We need to keep reading, to keep learning to keep improving. So, these are our picks of the other Qlik blogs you should be reading. Qlik Blog What is this blog...

Top 5 Qlik blogs from OptimalBI

Here at OptimalBI we are big fans of Qlik. It lives up to the promise of letting you create visualisations, dashboards and apps which answer your companies questions. This year we did a series of Hands-On workshops so people could get a feel for QlikSense. If you...

Qlik Sense 3.1 has been released

Qlik Sense 3.1 has just been released. It's an incremental release to tries to improve usability in many areas without any radical changes to the GUI. The upgrade process is a breeze. Run the installer and click the upgrade button. The only only thing that made me...

How to Connect Qlik Sense to Oracle

I'm lazy, why doesn't anyone have instructions I can follow already! I guess it's time to give back to the Google seekers of this world. After going through the process I can understand why no one has written a guide, it's not a straight forward process. As this sort...

Using Stats NZ Maps in Qlik

As I mentioned in my last post we have loaded the KML into Qlik Sense but it's not that useful as the Name field is missing and being populated with an automatically generated value p<rownumber>. If you open the KML file in a text editor you will see that for...

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