I am attempting the same thing as discussed above.
In my script I have :
BUNDLE LOAD * INLINE [
B, Q:\Qlikview Apps\CRUISE\QVD_Data\MOSAIC_B.jpg
E, Q:\Qlikview Apps\CRUISE\QVD_Data\MOSAIC_E.jpg
When I LOAD in debug mode, there are no errors (although it doesn't show any images being loaded).
When I use the Images tab on Chart Edit Expression, I see the following 2 listed under Image Folder dropdown:
But ... my 2 images are not available under the Image dropdown.
It sounds like no images are being loaded.
Create a listbox for field "MOSAIC_Group". Does it have the values B & C?
If you select one of the values, does the info icon "i" appear in the caption? If not, then the jpg files were not found in the load or did not load for some other reason.
Thanks for your prompt and helpful response as usual
I have found that if my BUNDLE LOAD does not use an existing field name (from other tables) then the load is fine, but results in an 'orphan' table. Then following your suggestion of a listbox, the "i" does appear in the caption.
My intention was to link images to the existing field called MOSAIC_Group. For example, I could then creat a table chart showing MOSAIC_Group and its related image.
Have I misunderstood the purpose ?
PS. How do I mark your previous response as 'helpful' ?
You, my friend, are a wonderful human being. This has been driving me mad for about 2 hours before I stumbled on this post.
I can confirm that putting the bundle load at the very end of the script works, where it won't if it's in the middle of the script.
QlikTech, could you put this handy little nugget of info in the user guide?, or maybe just make it work in the middle of the script?
The same thing happened to me. It was working, but then it stopped working until I put the load statement at the end of the script, then everything fine again. I checked all the column names, no duplicates. If anyone can shed any light on this I would still like to understand why this may be happening, please.