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It sounds like your container fields are set incorrectly. Make sure your container field storage is set to store inside of the database (not as a reference). Also make sure that the container fields are checked for interactive content.
I don't recall if what you're describing was supported for container fields in Go.
Do you have a sample file to play around with?
Thank you, Mike! Now the container field is checked for interactive content and then I get another view (whick I recognize) when I import a file. There I can check or not embedding.
But still, in iOS the file is not found...
Then it sounds like your containers are storing incorrectly.
Are your container fields set to store inside the database? Or as a file reference? If you store as a reference, then move it to iOS where the reference can not be reached, then you will get the file not found message.
They are stored inside the container as far as I can see. I don't check "as a reference".
Under the options for the container field (under File > Manage > Database ), can you take a screenshot of the "storage" tab for that container field?
The "Store container data externally" checkbox should NOT be checked.
I have not checked that!