Qalyptus June 2023

We are happy to announce the release of the Qalyptus June 2023 version. This new version comes with many improvements and bug fixes. This release notes is only for Qalyptus Desktop and Qalyptus Server.

  1. Choose the image size in Qalyptus Notify 
  2. Improve filtering with variables
  3. Improvements in storage services
  4. Improvements in the connection to Qlik Sense

1- Choose the image size in Qalyptus Notify

Qalyptus Notify allows you to customize the exported sheets’ width and height. The size is applied to the sheets embedded in the email message and the attached PDF file.

When you edit or create a new subscription, you will see in place of “Orientation” two fields, “Width” and “Height.” Enter the desired size to export the sheet.

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2- Improve filtering with variables

Previously, a filter with a variable updates the variable definition for all the users. When the filter is applied, Qalyptus will update only the variable value during the session and not impact other users and the definition of the variable.

This also allows you to apply the filter in applications published in Streams.

3- Improvements in storage services

Three improvements have been added to storage services:

When Qalyptus try to store report files in SharePoint or OneDrive, if the file with the same name exists and it is locked, Qalyptus will create a new file with a new name (Example: <file-name> 1.xlsx).

When Qalyptus try to save the report file in a storage service, if an error occurs, Qalyptus will stop the distribution process and make the task’s status Error.

If a storage service is disconnected, you can now reconnect it to give access again to Qalyptus to this storage service.

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4- Improvements in the connection to Qlik Sense

The connection to Qlik Sense is improved to support many situations; connect to a Virtual Proxy using SAML authentication, connect to a virtual proxy that uses load balancing with many nodes, and more.

Learn more on the Qalyptus documentation website