What are the different types of load used in Qlikview?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

There are seven different loads in Qlikview.

  • Resident load: If we have loaded a particular data on the in-memory of Qlikview, then it is called resigning load. This data already resides in the Qlikview memory.
  • Preceding load: If a data is being loaded on Qlikview memory using the bits of another existing load statement, that is preceding load.
  • Increment load: In increment load, the new values and data are added on an already existing table. We can avoid the step of reloading the table entirely again. The old data is stored in memory with the help of QVD files which is accessed in this case. After retrieving, new data values are added.
  • Binary load: If data is added on the RAM through Qlikview files or QVW files, then it is binary load. The QVW files are loaded in the form of binary which is 0 and 1.
  • Buffer load: Buffer load is used to create or modify a file in the form of QVD files.
  • Inline load: The inline load is not an external file getting loaded on Qlikview. Instead, it is defined and loaded simultaneously on the Qlikview platform. This can be loaded using the Script Editor option. Here we can select Load Inline and then start entering the new data values.

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