I encountered a similar issue today. The problem was that the field was a key field, loaded in one table as:
Text(ISC) AS ISC_Code,
and in the other table as
ISCCode AS ISC_Code
Removing the Text wrapper in the first eliminated the problem.
The interesting thing about those question marks - you could select the value "hidden" by the question mark by clicking on it and each question mark corresponded to a different "hidden" value.
Hope this helps
I've seen similar if I do a load like this:
LOAD fieldvalue('SomeField',recno()) as SomeField
It seems in this case that QlikView isn't sure what sort of formatting to apply by default, and ends up applying NO formatting sometimes, resulting in the question marks. Or maybe it's applying different formatting in different tables. In this case, explicitly telling it a format was the solution, kind of the opposite of Jonathan's case. In both cases, though, the problem seems to be confusion in the product about what format to use.
Hi All ,
I am also facing the same problem in my List Box . When i open the same Fields individually by commenting other tables i am getting the Fine data with " no Question mark " . But when i combine all those tables into one ,i find the Question mark in one of my Key field in list box and in preview . I have not used anything like ' Text ' as was there before and it was normal.
Please suggest me what was the problem and what can be done to filter them ?