you can create an association between the data and your user. Make sure to set this association when creating a new data entry.
You can then limit the view of the user by either setting an xpath in the entity or in the xpath on the list view. It could look something like this:
Also have a look at : https://docs.mendix.com/howto/logic-business-rules/define-access-rules-using-xpath
for more xPath information
Thanks for your help. But now i can´t see any datas in my list view.
(I tried both ways, same result)
when creating new entries you will need to set the association in a microflow. For existing records, you will need to fill the association in a different way, for example a conversion microflow.
how to do this exactly?
Use a microflow to create a new data entry.
In the microflow, retrieve the account of the currentuser.
after which you can set it in the create action
and show it on a page
still no result. When I open reference selector, i got no account datas inside.