The error you are encountering with the Calendar widget in your Mendix application might be related to changes or updates in the Mendix Studio Pro version that you upgraded to. It's possible that some incompatibilities or conflicts with the previous version are causing the widget to behave unexpectedly.
To troubleshoot and resolve this issue, here are some steps you can follow:
1. Clear Browser Cache: Sometimes, issues can arise due to cached files. Try clearing your browser cache and reload the application to see if the issue persists.
2. Check Widget Version: Ensure that you are using the latest version of the "Calendar" widget from the Mendix Marketplace. If there are any updates available, try updating the widget to the latest version and see if that resolves the issue.
3. Review Mendix Version Compatibility: Confirm that the "Calendar" widget you are using is compatible with the version of Mendix Studio Pro you upgraded to. If the widget has specific version requirements, make sure you meet those requirements.
4. Reconfigure the Calendar Widget: Remove the existing "Calendar" widget from the page and re-add it. Then, reconfigure the widget settings according to your requirements. Sometimes, this can help resolve widget initialization issues.
5. Check for Widget Dependencies: The "Calendar" widget might depend on other widgets or modules. Ensure that all necessary dependencies are present and properly configured in your project.
6. Review Widget Documentation: Check the documentation of the "Calendar" widget for any updates, changes, or troubleshooting steps that might be relevant to your situation.
7. Test in a Clean Project: Create a new Mendix project and add the "Calendar" widget to a simple page to see if the issue persists. This can help determine if the problem is specific to your current project or if it's a broader compatibility issue.
8. Contact the Widget Developer: If the issue persists and you cannot find a solution, reach out to the developer or support team for the "Calendar" widget. They might be able to provide specific guidance or updates related to the compatibility issue.
The only way I could solve this problem was:
This let me revert Mendix Studio Pro to a version that works and doesn’t have these issues.
This was an extreme solution since Mendix Studio Pro 10 Beta isn’t supported anymore, so if anyone has any more insights on this problem, I’m still curious to know how to fix it for future reference.