I am trying to do a bundle load, associating png images with some field values. When I test on a small toy application everything works fine, both when there is one image per possible field value, when there are more images in the bundle load statement than values in the original table, when there are more values than images --- and also for different widths of the table containing the field in question.
So far, so good.
In my real application, however, I have a table with 6 columns and about about 100 000 rows. I want to associate two images with (two values of) a particular field, and these two values each occur about thirty times in the table.
In this case the bundle load statement simply seems to be ignored. So is there an upper bound on the number of rows when it comes to bundle loads?
Update - I came up with a workaround using a data island, so my application now works as it should. Nevertheless, if anyone knows the answer to the original question it would be very interesting to know!
So, now when you want to refer to your image, you need to write qmem://copy_of_Field2/1 instead of qmem://Field2/1, but as long as this string is generated using only() and whatnot, it should be doable --- at least it was in my case.