Of course, this is the microflow I use, I make a query with an execute query to my database to get the value.
is a test microflow, hence the name.
'SELECT "HealthcareserviceID", "Active", "Category", "Type_", "Specialty", "Locationid", "Name"
Hi Evyan Coss,
I am Jhansi!!!
Your Domain model is all build with non-persistent data. There is not a single chance that your entities have a table stored in your database.
One possible reason for seeing the data in database is that – the domain model was initially developed with persistent entities and used. Additionally, created few record(for which you are seeing the data today) while executing the logic which later changed to non-persistant enties – for which you are seeing issues today.
As soon as you create a domain model and run your application, mendix will create a table in the backend (DB).
When you commit the data – the records are stored the DB
The data always resides in the memory and are never commited to DB. Even if you commit to DB, no data will reach your DB.
A persistent entity which is not committed to DB.
Although a table is created as soon as you run you application, you will not see the data until you commit.
Please do check what actually happened.
Hope you find it helpful!