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Build widgets and extensions

By using standard web technologies, you can build custom visualization objects to extend the visualization capabilities of Qlik Sense.

Build mashups

Build mashups by embedding Qlik Sense apps, sheets, and visualizations in web portals, applications, intranets and extranets.

Create connectors

Use the Qlik QVX SDK to develop new custom connectors to retrieve data from custom data sources.

Build Windows (.NET) applications

Use the .NET SDK to integrate Qlik Sense in your own software, either as a Windows application, or as a web-based application.

Automate administrative functions

Use the server side APIs to automate jobs like creating and triggering tasks, applying licenses, and uploading extensions.

Get started

Learn how to build your first basic mashup, widget and extension. Get to know the tools and plugins to make your creation process easier and faster.

Qlik Analytics Platform

The Qlik Analytics Platform is a developer platform for building custom analytic applications based on rich frontend and backend APIs. It gives you full API access to the Qlik associative engine to build rich and smart data-driven analytic applications.

API reference

Explore the full collection of the Qlik Sense APIs and SDKs

API Insights

Find API change history here.


What’s new in Qlik Sense June 2019?


Qlik NPrinting is a reporting platform that lets you create reports using your QlikView and Qlik Sense data, and then distribute them automatically in a range of standard formats.


Qlik NPrinting has a responsive web interface for administrative tasks and report design. A centralized distribution system simplifies scheduled report generation and distribution. Users can access and subscribe to a complete set of reports. You can share knowledge and analyze data across your organization and beyond.

Qlik NPrinting offers:

  • Scheduled and one-time distribution of reports to the Qlik Sense hub.
  • Server-based client for configuring, scheduling, and distributing reports.
  • Online subscription portal for users to view, download, archive, and subscribe to available reports.
  • Roles-based security at the app level for administrators, developers, and recipients.
  • Enterprise scalability and security: Multi-engine enterprise scalability, and enhanced governance and security.
  • Full Microsoft Office integration.

How does Qlik NPrinting work?

Qlik NPrinting generates reports based on templates created by you, or on QlikView and Qlik Sense entities. You can deliver reports at scheduled times or when they are requested by individual users. Final reports are static files that contain copies of the original QlikView and Qlik Sense data as it was at the time the report was generated.

Qlik NPrinting can distribute the workload across multiple multi-threaded engines to ensure high availability and fast performance. All metadata is saved in a database system that makes it easy to manage backups, and allows multiple developers to work concurrently.

Qlik NPrinting apps

Qlik NPrinting apps contain the entities that you create, such as filters, connections, or reports.

Collaboration and mobility

The Qlik NPrinting repository is stored in a database so that multiple developers can work on your reporting system at the same time. The web interface is responsive, so recipients can open their reports on mobile devices as well as desktop computers. You can embed HTML reports into emails, so that recipients can make data-based decisions directly.


The NewsStand web portal is the main repository where recipients access their authorized reports. They can view old versions of reports, and request that new reports be generated at their convenience. They can download reports in any of the available formats and create custom schedules for report updates.

Deploying Qlik NPrinting

There are three components to deploy:

  • Qlik NPrinting Server: the central node in your reporting system. It is composed of the scheduler, the web engine, and the repository. The server manages user administration, security, and all other server-side tasks. It also also coordinates multiple reporting engines installed on different nodes to distribute the workload.
  • Qlik NPrinting Engine: creates reports based on information from the scheduler. At least one engine must be installed. You can install additional engines on other computers to increase the workload capacity and the availability of your reporting system.
  • Qlik NPrinting Designer: Windows-based software that is only installed on the computers of developers who create and modify reports. You can launch it from the Qlik NPrinting web console.

Administering and managing a Qlik NPrinting site

You can configure, manage, and monitor your reporting system in an easy and intuitive way. You can manage engines, check their status, create and schedule new reports, manage users and security roles, and many other activities.

Features and version differences

This table compares the main features of Qlik NPrinting 17 and newer with Qlik NPrinting 16. Features that are not currently available will be available in future releases.

Qlik NPrinting version comparisons
Product capabilityQlik NPrinting 16Qlik NPrinting 17 and newer
Bookmark filterYesNo
Centralized distributionYesYes
Clear all selectionsYesNo
Clone reportsYesYes
Conditional reportingYesYes
Cycled pages in multiple slidesYesYes
Cycling reports (creates files for every value of dimensions)YesYes
Dynamic Report NamingYesYes
Enterprise scalabilityNoYes
FTP SupportYesNo
HTML embedded reportsYesYes
Linked fieldsYesNo
Load templateYes




Microsoft Office macros and related file formats (.xlsm)Yes


Microsoft Office reporting


Multi-developer environmentNoYes
Multi-document reportsYesYes
Object filtersYesYes
On-demand reportingYesYes
Online subscription hubNoYes
Pixel perfect and web reportingYesYes
Pretty good privacy (PGP) encryptionYesNo
Print as PDFYesYes
Recipient import wizardYesNo
Recipient imports from ExcelYesYes
Reports with read and write passwordYesYes
Roles based securityNoYes
Section accessNoYes
Select excludedYesNo
Send to printerYesNo
Task failure notificationsYes


Test taskYes


Variable filterYesNo
Variables in email messagesYesYes
Verbose logs


Web based architectureNoYes

What’s new in Qlik Sense June 2019

Advanced Authoring
Copy value to clipboard

With Qlik Sense June 2019 you can now copy values to clipboard from tables. This improvement will reduce several steps and increase productivity when reusing values from a Qlik Sense application.

Grid layout on mobile devices

Qlik Sense app developers can choose the rendering layout for sheets on small screens, such as tablets and mobile phones. List view remains the default option, and only shows the visualization titles. The new Grid view shows a small preview of your visualizations, and reduces the amount of white space. This gives developers more flexibility and control over how apps designed for mobile are displayed.

Changing the small screen layout

Native container object

The container object extension was first released as part of the Dashboard bundle, and was very well received for the flexibility it adds to a Qlik Sense application sheet space. The Qlik Sense June 2019 release brings the first ever release of a native Container object, providing the existing functionality from the extension, while adding better integration capabilities with other authoring actions. This first release of the native container object will not support Qlik NPrinting, but this is planned for future releases.

With the release of the native container object, current applications using the existing extension objects will continue to work as before but the two Container Object extensions available in the Dashboard bundle will no longer be listed as new object options for applications.


Visualizations and Mapping

New charts for the Visualization Bundle

  • Trellis container

    Makes small multiples of a master visualization. Great chart for showing trends across several dimensions.

    Trellis container

  • P&L pivot chart

    A pivot table with customization options for easier creation of financial reports, such as profit and loss statements.

    P&L pivot chart

Improved bar chart

  • Labels on stacked bars.
  • Improved tooltip for stacked bars now displays positive and negative totals.
  • Cut bars also for stacked bars when bars go outside of the measure range.
  • You can create a chart with measures only, without dimension.
  • Styling options for the number of bars: auto, all or a fixed number.
  • Styling options for stroke color, width and bar width.
  • Toggle mini chart for all scales, not just for continuous axis.

Bar chart

Exploration menu for maps

The exploration menu for maps allows users to toggle layers and labels, adjust object size, and also change the base map image, map language, legend and zoom configuration.

Visual exploration menu

Qlik Sense Mobile

Push notifications to Qlik Sense Mobile

With the June release, Qlik Sense Mobile for iOS and Android introduce support for native mobile push notifications. Administrators can push system notifications to their users from the Qlik Management Console. Notifications can be sent to all users, or to specific subsets of users, and can include a link into a dashboard. System notifications can be useful to inform users about updates to dashboard, or to announce system events.

System notifications and System notification policies features are available only on Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windowsinstallations licensed with a signed key

Managing system notifications

Managing system notification policies


The following capabilities are now available for Qlik Sense Enterprise on Cloud Services(SaaS) and Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes deployments:

Qlik Connectors

  • single sign-on (SSO) support in Windows.


What’s new in Qlik SenseApril 2018?

Create, Discover, Collaborate

Accelerated self-service with Qlik Sense chart suggestions

Qlik Sense chart suggestions make it easier to create a visualization by allowing you to simply drag and drop fields onto your sheets. Chart suggestions are created using the Cognitive Engine in Qlik, which leverages insights from the data loaded and combines them with best practices for data visualization.

Creating visualizations using chart suggestions

Publishing an app from the hub

In Qlik SenseApril 2018 you can publish an app that you have created to any stream for which you have publish access. If you have published an app to a stream, you can move your app between the streams for which you have permission to publish.

Publishing an app from the hub

Improvements based on customers feedback

Qlik Sense April 2018 introduces a number of improvements based on customer feedback:

  • Grid size of an app sheet can now be customized with three different sizes: small, medium or large.
  • You can now set custom abbreviations in the load script. For example, you can choose to use Billions instead of G.
  • When clicking the Edit button of a Linked visualization, a new shortcut redirects you to editing the Master visualization item.
  • New keyboard shortcuts for selection back/forward have been added.

Multi-layer maps

Qlik Sense April 2018 features significant improvements to the built-in maps visualization:

  • Support for multiple layers.
  • Labels for point layers and area layers.
  • Quick look up of countries, divisions, cities, postal code areas.
  • Higher fixed upper limit of number of objects.
  • Circle select with distance measure.
  • Drill down support.
  • Layer control, zoom limit and draw order.
  • English or local name in the background map.


Keyboard navigation support for Qlik Sense hub

To improve accessibility, Qlik Sense hub now supports keyboard navigation and shortcuts.

Keyboard navigation and shortcuts in Qlik Sense

Linking Qlik Sense Mobile to third-party applications

Qlik Sense Mobile can now interact with third party mobile applications through a custom generated URL (deep link). The link can be embedded within the third party mobile application, with appropriate selections and filters. Clicking the link opens the app in Qlik Sense Mobile with the filters and selections that were applied during original presentation. As a result, user experience is improved and context is provided when interacting with the app.

Creating links to Qlik Sense Mobile app content


Deployment improvement

From Qlik SenseApril 2018 it is no longer necessary to use port 4244 as the authentication port. If you are using SSL to protect your environment, you can use port 443 as an external facing port for the Qlik Sense Proxy service (QPS).


Per-app VPN mode for Qlik Sense Mobile

Qlik Sense Mobile now works in a per-app VPN mode with the appropriate VMware Workspace ONE tunnel components. This helps secure network traffic between Qlik Sense Mobile and Qlik Sense Enterprise deployed behind a corporate firewall. With this addition, it is no longer necessary for device network traffic to go through a VPN. Only Qlik Sense Mobile apps are routed through the VPN, reducing load on the VPN server.

Configuring AirWatch for per-app VPN



Allocations for new license types

Customers who have purchased Qlik Sense with support for the new Professional and Analyzer license types can now configure the allocation of these licenses in the QMC.

Managing licenses

Analytic connections improvement

With Qlik SenseApril 2018, Qlik Sense Enterprise administrators now have the ability to add, remove, and reconfigure Analytic connections without additional restarts of any service becoming required for the Analytic connections to function. Administrators now can also stop and start any services in any order without impacting the Analytic connection functionality. Advanced Qlik Sense Desktop users can now develop and use Analytic connections even when the SSE server implementing the Analytic connection is started after the Qlik engine.

Analytic connections

Enable anonymous users to export data

From Qlik SenseApril 2018 anonymous users can print and export data.

Security rules installed in Qlik Sense

QlikView News — QlikView version 11.2 Extended Support Update

Thank you for your loyalty to Qlik. We are honored to see our QlikView fans using and maintaining our classic BI solution year after year. We now have some great news for those of you running QlikView v11.2 – Extended Support* will expire on December 31, 2020.  This is more than 18 months past our previous commitment to provide Extended Support at least until March 31, 2019.

We hope the new Extended Support expiration date will give you ample time to plan your next steps with Qlik. Whether you choose to stick with QlikView and upgrade to the latest release, adopt QlikView and Qlik Sense dual-use licensing, or dive right into a QlikView-to-Qlik Sense license remix, we’re here to support you on your journey.

We understand moving out of your comfort zone may feel like a leap of faith, but we want to assure you that the Qlik Customer Success organization is committed to delivering the resources you need to maximize your investment. Not only do they already provide assessment, architecture, education, and conversion services for dual-use licensing, but they’re currently developing new offerings to help make it easier to upgrade to the latest release.

The dual-use services offering is described in further detail here.

QlikView and Qlik Sense dual-use licensing gives you a cost-effective way for your QlikView users to adopt Qlik Sense.  With dual-use licensing, you’ll benefit from the full functionality of Qlik Sense for new apps and have the opportunity to choose whether to migrate existing QlikView apps to Qlik Sense, so you can leverage its more modern approach. Featuring augmented intelligence for visualization, exploration, search, and data preparation, your Qlik Sense entitlement also delivers value-add products including: Qlik GeoAnalytics BaseQlik DataMarket Essentials, and Qlik Web Connectors.

Please visit the Qlik downloads site for the latest release and reach out to: licenseadmin@qlik.com to discuss Qlik dual-use and remix options. For more information on QlikView 11.2 Extended Support, check out our FAQ

*Extended support is only available for QlikView 11.20 customers who are current on maintenanceExtended Support is not an extension of standard support and maintenance under the Qlik Support Policy. It consists only of troubleshooting and fixes that are issued as patches at Qlik’s discretion. Only severe, mission critical issues will be considered for resolution in QlikView 11.20, and there will be no product enhancements to QlikView 11.20 as part of Extended Support.

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Qlik Sense – November 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Cognitive Machine Learning
  • Insight Advisor – Light Authoring
  • Comparative Analysis (Alternate States)
  • Advanced Authoring Improvements
  • Dashboard Extensions Bundle
  • Chart Sharing (multi-cloud)
  • Visualisation and Mapping Enhancements
  • Admin, Multi-Cloud and Accessibility Improvements

Qlik NPrinting – November 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • On-demand Reporting for Qlik Sense allows self-service report generation based on user selections.
  • Authentication: Increased security using certificates and reverse proxy support for NPrinting Designer.
  • Improvements to administration management allowing control over on-demand requests via the web console.

QlikView – November 2018 release (12.3)

Key take aways:

  • Implementation of Skia Graphics Library
  • Implementation of International Components for Unicode (ICU) Libraries
  • Generate an engine performance log file to facilitate trouble shooting and document design
  • The reload performance log is now separated into a dedicated log file Supporting Task
  • The “File Exists” task is a new option in the QlikView Publisher under supporting tasks.
  • Load Script Improvements
  • View custom settings in QlikView Management Console (QMC)
  • QlikView IPv6 support accommodates the longer IP format
  • .NET Framework 4.7.2 Support

Qlik Sense – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Advanced authoring improvement
  • Mapping enhancements
  • Management, governance and security improvements
  • Full support for Airwatch EMM

Qlik NPrinting – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • New administration and security features
  • Expanded report formats

Qlik Connectors – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • New Microsoft Azure and Jira connectors
  • Enhanced security

Qlik Podium Data – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • A complete enterprise data management solution
  • Source, catalog, profile, prepare and publish enterprise data

Qlik Associative Big Data Index – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Index big data while leaving the data where it resides
  • Unrestricted associative exploration

Qlik Core – September 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Build data driven apps, leverage containerised Qlik Engine and API
  • Developers can exploit their data in highly-scalable, cloud ready solutions

We’re excited to share the news of the recent June 2018 Qlik Sense release.

Highlights of this launch include the following advancements aimed at helping users streamline and enhance creation experience from data to insights.

  • Augmented Intelligence (AI): Powered by the Qlik Cognitive engine, the Insight Advisor automatically generates the best analytics and insights for the user based on the overall data set and search criteria.
  • Accelerated self-service: New features include alternative chart suggestions, property enhancements with switch dimension / measures and quick change aggregation methods, as well as a smart data load feature.
  • Visualization enhancements: layer in new map charts, show/hide columns, and scroll bar charts toggle
  • Collaboration offerings: Promote and un-promote sheets, re-publish apps, and more
  • Advance Authoring Improvements: Scrollable sheets, expression editor improvements and the ability to change grid size with objects
  • Data Prep: Advanced filtering before data loading

Watch this video to see the product details of this launch:

Qlik Multi-Cloud Deployment Options
We’ve also recently released Qlik multi-cloud deployment options; allowing users to distribute apps developed in Qlik Sense Enterprise for Windows to be consumed (ie read only) in either Qlik Cloud Services (cloud app hosting managed by Qlik) or Qlik Sense Enterprise for Elastic (for high scale cost effective deployments on containers), bound by a single license, sign on and new hub. Learn more

Qlik NPrinting
With our recent release, you will also find some noteworthy enhancements to NPrinting. Now users can have pivot tables in reports without having to use workarounds in Qlik Sense. In addition, for both QlikView and Qlik Sense, you will now be able to schedule monthly and yearly reports via standard parameter selections and can also get report preview and editing capabilities without having to wait for the report to render. As always, we are expanding our Enterprise connectivity to drive more comprehensive insights.

QlikView & Qlik Sense Dual Use Offer
Last month we shared exciting details on the new Qlik View & Qlik Sense Dual Use Offer that will enable existing QlikView® customers to more seamlessly and cost effectively adopt the Qlik Sense® platform, while maintaining their investment in QlikView. The upgrade is available for only a 30% uplift on the customer’s current annual maintenance fees, which then becomes their new recurring maintenance fees. This is a huge opportunity for you to upsell customers and reach out to dormant QlikView users. Want more information? Get the details in this FAQ and listen to the on-demand Fast Track enablement webinar.

To get more details about the latest Qlik product launches, visit the Product Launch page on the Partner Portal and join us for these Fast Track Enablement Webinars: 

Qlik Sense – April 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Accelerated self-service with Qlik Sense chart suggestions
  • Publishing an app from the hub
  • Grid size of an app sheet can now be customized with three different sizes: small, medium or large.
  • You can now set custom abbreviations in the load script. For example, you can choose to use Billions instead of G.
  • When clicking the Edit button of a Linked visualization, a new shortcut redirects you to editing the Master visualization item.
  • New keyboard shortcuts for selection back/forward have been added.
  • Multi-layer maps
    • Support for multiple layers.
    • Labels for point layers and area layers.
    • Quick look up of countries, divisions, cities, postal code areas.
    • Higher fixed upper limit of number of objects.
    • Circle select with distance measure.
    • Drill down support.
    • Layer control, zoom limit and draw order.
    • English or local name in the background map.
  • Qlik Sense hub now supports keyboard navigation and shortcuts.
  • Linking Qlik Sense Mobile to third-party applications
  • From Qlik Sense April 2018 it is no longer necessary to use port 4244 as the authentication port.
  • Qlik Sense Mobile now works in a per-app VPN mode with the appropriate VMware Workspace ONE tunnel components.
  • Customers who have purchased Qlik Sense with support for the new Professional and Analyzer license types can now configure the allocation of these licenses in the QMC.
  • Analytic connections improvement
  • Enable anonymous users to export data

Qlik NPrinting – April 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Supports Single Sign-On (SSO) by using SAML authentication
  • Filter and content node response management improvements
  • Qlik NPrinting Repository is now based on PostgreSQL 10.1
  • Disable the template upload by report type
  • Security checks when uploading template files from the Web Console
  • Replace existing filter fields using the import task

Qlik Sense – February 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Dynamically generated queries to web sources in scripts
  • Loading a table from an analytic connection
  • Association recommendations
  • Customizations
    • Change colors of background and individual chart elements.
    • Define color palettes and color gradients.
    • Specify font sizes and font color.
  • On-demand App Generation
  • Qlik Sense Mobile
  • Updated ODBC connectors
    • Oracle
    • PostgreSQL
  • SSO with Microsoft SQL Server

Qlik NPrinting – February 2018 release

Key take aways:

  • Single sign-on support with JSON Web Token (JWT) authentication
  • QlikView server DMS authorization is supported
  • Improved QlikView cache generation