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Uldis
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Hello!

When I put the drop-down list in the form, a problem appeared.h How much do i understand the problem is with update field, but i don't know how to solve it.

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eka24
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Try:

DataCardvalue11.Selected.Darbibas

If it doesn't work, remove the datacard an reinsert it again

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@Uldis
Are you still getting the same error message?  Maybe “Value” is not the column name.  Try typing this and see what options are available using AutoComplete

 

DataCardValue11.Selected.

 

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mdevaney
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@Uldis 

The word .Value must have a capital “V”

 

DataCardValue11.Selected.Value

 

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eka24
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What do you have on the Items of the dropdown. You can take a screenshot of datacardvalue11.

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here it is

 

 
 

@mdevaney 

 Thanks I fixed it, but unfortunately it didn't help
eka24
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Try:

DataCardvalue11.Selected.Darbibas

If it doesn't work, remove the datacard an reinsert it again

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@Uldis
Are you still getting the same error message?  Maybe “Value” is not the column name.  Try typing this and see what options are available using AutoComplete

 

DataCardValue11.Selected.

 

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There seem to be a bug on the backend that started 2 hours ago

My app was ok, published and as soon as I opened it i started to have the same errors on basic variables defined in the App On Start.

 

Buggy solution....

@fhorowitz 

Sorry, but I don’t see the link between your issue and what is happening here...

My fault. a parenthesis was missing in my long Onload App property

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