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Is there a way of triggering a scheduled QlikView application via a VBA macro ?

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Hi Everyone,

I have a QlikView dashboard which is scheduled to run/load (via QMS) every day at 7am.

I want to be able to trigger the run by way of an Excel VBA button, and not by having to either wait for the schedule, or by running the application in QMS.

Is this possible ? Can QMS accept VBA commands ?

Thanks
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Many thanks. Very useful macros.
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