One option is to have coding done in an Include (csv or qvs) file and put one include in one tab.
Developer can always copy and open QV document, copy paste code from his include to his tab, make adjustments to his tab and paste the code back to the include files, which are used in the original app.
Not very clean way to do it, but will work.
Search this forum for -prj trick. Not something I suggest often, but that could also be a way for your work with source code. With this trick you can export code, and other things od document, into multiple files and then manipulate them. Many pluses and minuses using this method, but you may make it work for you.
Thanks for your reply I tried with -prj but it didn't worked like I'll give you a scenario
Let us assume my developer A is working from US on same data & datamodel and his qvw has tabs like BCD and my developer B is working from UK on same data and same datamodel and his qvw has tabs like BCE when i'm using -prj process to export into XML's and to retrieve from them I got a problem like when my dev A try to import tabs of dev B he's loosing his tab D and if dev B tries this he's loosing tab E
Here I got strucked with -prj process if I'm doing it in a wrong way correct me
I know that we can copy the sheet objects and paste them in other files but in QV 9 we have an option like export-->sheet layout where I can export my whole sheet and other dev can import whole sheet but in QV 10 in export there is no sheet layout they gave as document layout where it's not working like sheetlayout while exporting & importing
Nice to see your reply. We have a few developers that would be working on Qlikview project. So, need version control and was wondering if we could use PVCS Version Manager or TFS Version Control . Pease advise if you know how to integrate that.
And what kind of project are you working on? Nice meeting you on the forum.