Always good advise to follow any course in the Mx-version that it was created in. Thus preventing this kind of mishaps. But, since a buildingblock is just there to copy-paste stuff, you will be fine without it.
They want (but indeed don’t explicitly describe) you to place the snippet Match_Details in the Match Overview page that you created in $2.4.8
So, having found that place, your question how to open the page is also answered I guess.
Hope you have fun using Mendix!
I really appreciate your help, thank you!
Can you detail a little more the part how I open the page, I think I don't fully understand it yet.
I did the part where I use the snippet inside Match_Overview, I've placed a data view above the list of players the way the instuctions in the item 2 describes.
"Place a data view for the Score entity in the snippet, right above the list views that show the team’s players. Use the following image to configure the data view:"
My page is now like the image below
The red rectangle shows where I placed the data view.
Should I open the page from the data view, right?
I’m sorry, I did the entire rapid developer course, but right now I’m really struggling to understand how to open this page. If you could add some details of how to create this feature to open the page, it would be awesome.
Thanks for the answer above and thanks in advance for any future help.
Tim, I’m sorry.
I should have placed the components inside the data view on the snippet, instead I was creating a new page thinking about open it from the data view.
Now it’s working.
Thank you very much!
@Tim van Steenbergen,
Thank you for the reply. However, your comment “Always good advise to follow any course in the Mx-version that it was created in”, depends on someone’s reason to follow the learning path. I think Mendix lacks enormously by having a learning path of a very outdated version. The most (new/ intermediate) developers will most likely never use the 7.2 version because of the innovative character of Low-code. I strongly recommend to follow the learning path in the same version as you work with within your company, and try to fix the inconsistency between the Mendirx “historic”-learning path version and your actual Mendix work environment. In that way you learn something, which you can use.
Learning an outdated version is in my opinion not worth the time and by far not worth the hundreds of dollars/euros on certification fees.