Topics started by Guus Kattenbelt
Hi all,Every time we update our app, I get e-mails from users that they cannot enter the app and they send me a picture like the one below. We have tried to prevent this from happening by using the ‘latest’ tag option. All links in our information channels link to our app ending with the ‘/tag/latest’ such that they always end up at the right version of the app. But still I get a lot of these e-mails.Mostly this is because, once people have entered the app, they bookmark it (or store the url) and use this bookmark later on. The problem is that once they bookmark it, the url has changed to the current version name and therefore the link doesn’t consist of this latest tag anymore. And thereby causing the problem of the picture below after a new update of the app. I always reply back that they should use the link with the latest tag in there, but as we have a lot of users, this keeps happening. It would be great if there could be a solution, such that my users don’t have be annoyed by the
Hi all, I am constructing an app that a lot of users are using, with a lot of different datasets. These datasets are loaded from and saved to a database. Is there a possibility to show a name on every page in the app specific for that dataset, without having to add a widget to every page? I provided a screenshot below of a page in the app. I was thinking about maybe the word "Menu" that could be editable? Or could I place something before "Masterdata" that shows which dataset someone is using. As people only go to the homepage to change datasets, this would seem logical to me (this page would then display "Dataset 1> Masterdata", or something like that). Or does anyone have a better tip for this?
As we are converting an app to the new theme and want to make use of all the new features, I would like to get rid of (close to) all buttons on the page. But on almost every page we have a 'help' link to an external website, where a lot of reference materials can be found. For this we used the 'ExternalLink' option of the button. Is something similar possible in a page (or widget) action? For instance, I can't find a way to redirect to a url in a procedure.
In our app we use excel upload and downloads such that users are able to change and distribute data more easily. So we have written procedures that write and read excel files for the data in the app. With the new widget actions, it seems most logical to also place these download and upload actions there. But there is still an option to download the data as a .csv file. As not to confuse any users which download they should use, I would like to disable the option of downloading as a .csv file for certain tables. Is there a way to disable this feature?
When reading a table from an excel (and putting in wrong data) I get a pop-up in the UI stating what index it can't recognize and is therefore wrong, so something like this: "ReadTable : Cell A2 in 'Excelfile': 'Wrong element' is not an existing element in the set 'Technical name of set'" And I would like to use this information to make a specific pop-up for the end-user, so I can specify how to solve this error and also change the name of 'Technical name of set' to a name that they would recognize. So the exact element and index that are wrong, is stored somewhere, I would like to make use of this, but I can't find where to get this information.
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