Hello. It happens to me a strange thing. With the release of version 10, I started to try the applications already made. I had no problem, except for an application for which I can not reload the script as though not getting any error message from the variables, and showing that you have loaded the data, in the end I said: Running the script failed. Load the previous data? I have tested. 1. I tried to load only part of the script. To a certain extent is fine, then randomly just add another sheet of the script gives me the error persists, oddly enough, even if I delete the package you just added. 2. I tried to export the presentation of the document and to import it into a new document. Well. The data load is successful only the first time, then I always get the same error. I think there are dirty data. In the script, do not use anything special. Can I assume that would be the command RESIDENT (I have several). Could you please give me a hint?
Are you using inputfields? I've had trouble with inconsistent script errors when using inputfields. I would just receive the "Script failed. Load previous data?" at the end of the script. I found that I have to load the script without inputfields first and then with inputfields for it to work.
Hello. Yes, I use inputfields. I tried to upload the scripts without inputfields and the procedure is successful (although reloading several times). I put the two statments inputfields. the first loading is OK. the next they give me the same error as before and that I have to reload the previous data. I am attaching the file to load it on after the first time (when the error occurs again). thank you very much for your cooperation.
This is a QV10 problem. The file I have works perfect in QV 9.
In QV10 there is also an error about duplicate inputfield key values that didn't exist in QlikView 9. You have to put a unique id in every row to fix that error. If you run into this problem use the rowno() function.
I haven't reported it as a bug to QlikTech yet. If you have a chance to report it, go ahead.