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theeheng
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Portal Management > Lists > Calendar View

Hi all, i'm currently trying to create a page to display a calendar which link to the built-in 'activity' table. I manage to get it display as a table list (to prove that the error is not related to table permission) but when I enabled the Calendar View and setting up the EntityField Mappings. It keep returning getting the error message "There was a problem loading data for this calendar.". I notice from the browser is trying to get the data from making a http request to the following url: https://xxxxxxxxxx.powerappsportals.com/EntityList/Calendar/0b044082-334e-ec11-8f8e-00224841f115/2d5...

 

* I think the guid 0b044082-334e-ec11-8f8e-00224841f115 is my website id and 2d5acd4f-a44e-ec11-8f8e-00224841f115 my entity list id show in my Portal Management -> List

 

which return the following json response:

 

 

{
  "success": 0,
  "error": "There was a problem loading data for this calendar."
}

 

 

 

any idea how I can get it working? I also tried to change my Page Template to a redirect type which some of the older post suggested, but it doesn't even show me the calendar view control (it did show the as a table list if I disabled the Calendar View).

 

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theeheng
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After doing more research, I have give up the options of using the built in Calendar View provided by the portal. Instead, i'm using FetchXml to retrieve the data from Dataverse entity and render the UI using javascript calendar library. Here is a very good article on how you can achieve that: dynamics-365-portals-implement-fullcalendar-with-liquid 

 

Hope you find this helpful. 😉

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theeheng
Regular Visitor

After doing more research, I have give up the options of using the built in Calendar View provided by the portal. Instead, i'm using FetchXml to retrieve the data from Dataverse entity and render the UI using javascript calendar library. Here is a very good article on how you can achieve that: dynamics-365-portals-implement-fullcalendar-with-liquid 

 

Hope you find this helpful. 😉

ragavanrajan
Super User
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Hi @theeheng 

 

I am aware some of the OOB functions are not functional. But there is always a way to fix those errors. Anyway thanks for the link mate. This will be useful for future references for others. 

 

Hope it helps. 
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