You created the right association, so you can put this in your xpath:
[Nutrition.NutritionTracker_Account = $currentuser]
It will retrieve all the records in nutritiontracker for the logged in user.
You can check https://docs.mendix.com/refguide/modeling for help :) GL
First retrieve the first user account by retrieving on account entity, ID = $currentuser/ID. Then store that in a variable and use $account/name in your xpath constraint.
Edit: perhaps it's better practice to associate NutritionTracker with Account.
I am a bit new at Mendix.
Is there a mendix document that helps to build my domain model ha
Here is the nutritiontracker table
All records inserted into it but belong to the account user id logged in.
The purpose is that each person will be able to track their daily food taken by category (breakfast,lunch,snack,dinner)
here is the answer:
Since the nutritiontracker entity was storing the owner attribute (the user id that created the record)
I just had to the constraint like: