According to https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-developer/June2019/Subsystems/APIs/Content/Sense_ClientAPIs/CapabilityAPIs/AppAPI/getList-method.htm
, the type of object section shows MasterObject
as such, but in code, if you keep this casing, you get back an undefined value. Instead, if masterobject
is used with all lowercase, the object is returned correctly, which is inconsistent with the documentation.Environment:
Qlik Sense September 2019 and below
Documentation could be a bit more clearer, and casing limitations for how casing is handled in the API for this method.
R&D has reported that both the documentation for the API and Qlik Sense have been fixed to avoid casing issues. For example, Qlik Sense will now lowercase everything passed for this method so that it will no longer matter what casing style is being used. Also, the API documentation has been updated to reflect these changes. These improvements/fixes will be available for the November 2019 release of Qlik Sense.