Moritz, I was finally able to push the test file out to the server, then test in my browsers. It's still only showing me the text object...container is nowhere to be found. Tried it in IE9 and Chrome.
Can you post a screenshot of one of the browsers showing both? Any idea's why they show them, but mine doesn't?
See the attached picture.
I've separated all objects, maybe try this too...
I actually have no idea why it doesn't work for you
Is updating IE an option?
Hi, I'm sure you've resolved this issue by now, but someone else may encounter it. I certainly just had the same problem! We overcame it by changing the default viewer from full browser to IE Plugin.
This following is an excerpt from Brent Nichol. Found in this thread. (How to change Ajax to IE Plug-in)
The default path for AccessPoint is configured in QEMC > System > Setup > QlikView Web Servers > QVSW > AccessPoint. If you have a different web page that you want to use, this where to change it.
Also, if you want IE Plug-in as the default, you can change the Default Preferred Client on the same screen.
Hope this helps,
This was a couple of years ago and I don't recall a specific fix. I haven't had the same issue since then, but I've stayed away from containers - try to use list or multiboxes instead (usually reserved for filters). I also develop solely for compatibility in ajex (vs ie plugin).
Sorry that I don't have a solution.
Faced the similar issue today. Container object in Qlikview makes it messy! layout conditional show or hide was not working in Webview but in Desktop version it was perfect! Spent like hours understanding the issue!
Hate Containers! I am never going to use it again!