It is probably because it is over an association.
First set a dataview with the needed association, put the date picker in that dataview.
Regarding this comment " FYI: those over dataview use the same association but i need to get it's source with difference tables" What do you mean with tables? tables as layout/structure of page or tables as in database tables?
It could be several things I think:
- the most abvious: do you have sufficient Write rights on the attribute?
- Is your dataview (and all of its parent dataviews) set to Editable: Yes
- Does the object you are trying to edit actually exists? You can test this if by checking if you can see the values of other attributes of the object in that same dataview
Thanks for your reply. I have full read & write access rights & my dataviews is set to editable. In my case, i just want to get data from date picker. I'm not edit or create anything.
As @Tim suggestion. I wish it was but in my screenshot date a & date b are not disabled but date c is disabled. I did check all as @Bart suggested but it's not working. FYI: those over dataview use the same association but i need to get it's source with difference tables
Hi @Rene van Hofwegen, for your questions:
1. User did have r/w access to the consumed association
2. I did consume the same association but with different entity
3. Yes, it's stored value by default
4. Yes, these dates are in the same page
In my last comment, i meat entity (tables) in domain model ( Sorry for the wrong information).