Introduction

QlikView 11 uses partial HTML files, also known as qvpp files for properties pages. They must be written in XHTML and in such a way that they can be used as innerHTML of a div.
In these pages you can use predefined QlikView javascript functions to refer to properties in the QlikView document or to reuse parts of the standard properties pages.

To do this you use an 'avq' attribute. The syntax is:

avq="verb:[property[:extra]]"
verb
The javascript function name. It is required and the possible value and their meaning are described below
property
The property to which the element is bound. It almost always required. Typically the html-element will be hidden if the property is hidden and disabled if the property is disabled.
extra
Some extra information required by some verbs (see below).
A few of these verb can be combined with a icon-attribute to facilitate the use of built-in icons (see below)
A good way to start is to define your properties with labels and types in the definition.xml file. In many cases this will give you a autogenerated qvpp file which covers your needs. If not you can use it as a starting point for your own properties.qvpp file. Just make a copy of DynProperties.qvpp and modify it to your needs.


A generated Properties Page

prop_label Use for labels

prop_dynamicDropdown Use to create a drop down listbox for Dimensions.

prop_editexpression Create a text box with the possibility to open the edit expression dialog.

prop_checkbox Create a checkbox for a field value

mySelect Create a HTML select element with predefined values.

prop_dlgbuttonjqui A button to open a dialog

prop_buttonjqui A button to invoke an operation

list Define a list of for example Dimensions or Measures.

panel Used to include another qvpp file.