When configuring charts with alternative dims and measures you’ll find you can only configure the sort order for the currently active dimensions and measures – nothing else will be visible or configurable.
Updated on 22/12/2017 to add two other ways of generating a CSR (see below).
In this post I’m going to look at how quick and easy (and cheap) it is to procure and install a SSL certificate on your Qlik Sense deployment. This assumes you are starting with only the self signed certificates, and that you want to use a certificate generated by a signing authority for use on an externally facing site.
A couple of things to note:
I’m using Qlik Sense Enterprise 3.1 with a single-node deployment using the default settings
You have a choice of verification methods – I chose to use DNS by adding a CNAME (pointer) to my chosen domain, and managed this through a linux DNS host. You can also verify through email or http (placement of a file)
I’ve used a basic certificate from PositiveSSL that offers only domain validation (DV). Certificates offering greater levels of protection and assurance are also available
The server is running Windows Server 2012 R2 with IIS 8, which is up-to-date with the latest updates at time of writing (January 2017)
On a clean installation of Qlik Sense Enterprise, you’ll note that the domain fails SSL validation in most browsers. Why? Because the certificate is one that has been generated by your server, and not by a “trusted” certificate authority. Have a read of this page about Certificate Authorities if you’re after further detail.
I recently worked on an app that was loading from several hundred gigabytes of CSVs, and attempting to perform expensive transformations on these files in Qlik Sense. Normally this isn’t a problem, but due to the way the transformation was written, the result was a saturated server…and I found myself reflecting what “Big Data” means to different people (and to myself).
A recruiter’s post on LinkedIn also made me chuckle, as it highlights the disparity between definitions well. From my view of big data, I doubt that someone working in that field is likely to be interested in a role where one of the three core job skills is Excel…