Version Control support is coming in QlikView 10!
Ohh My God! A year ago I submitted this feature request for 10:
>>When doing a more "professional" developing it would be nice to do version control and be able to track development done by the different project members... I don't want to check in the binary QVW file. I would rather check in the script and control definition files... If Qlikview consist of two parts. The data repository and a XML script and object definition file containing the definition for all objects. It would be easier to have a multi developer development in a controlled fashion.<<
And today on beta test day, John Trigg introduced the "-prj" extension. This means that you can create a folder with the same name as your .qvw file (but ending with -prj), and then when saving qlikview, it will put the xml definitions of the sheets and objects into the folder. Since (almost) everything in the folder it text, you can know easely version control it using your favorite tool!
This is going to enable a big push for QlikView into the enterprise!