Fons Roelandt wrote:
If by tutorial you mean the OutSystems In One Hour getting started guide, you are on the final page of the tutorial.
On the OutSystems - Learn pages you can find even more information on developing in OutSystems.
Hope the helped!
Tiago Jordão wrote:
where is the tutorial? I can't find it on this page.
This afternoon the task manager challenge wasn't visible for some reason.
Thanks Fons only was able to pick this up again today and it was very easy only the name assign variables was tricking me into thinking that I could only assign values to local variables and not actual entity values.
Bruno Henriques wrote:
How do I make an automatic update to the IsCompleted and CompleteDate attributes with an action?
The update action only let's me choose a group of records (Entity) for me to say what is going to be update if I'm doing a manual update.
Nothing like this was referenced during the One Hour tutorial...
Since no one answered you question, i will give it a go. You probably already figured it out by now, but if not, maybe i can help you.
The best and simplest way to update a record, is to retrieve the record using a aggregate or advanced SQL query (if you know the id of the record, you can also use the Entities Get action or depending on your needs, the GetForUpdate action).
Once you have the original record you can set the new values for that record and use the Entities Update action to save the changes to the db.
Hope this helped, if not let me know what i should clarify!
Just submitted my application.
Great tutorial for those who want to start developping in outsystmens, was very informative.
Can someone check my TODO app in outsystems & let me know improvement areas. Thanks !!
Marta Completo wrote:
I'm trying to solve the 1.11 ToDo Challenge and now I'm stuck at task 4 because the following error message appeared:
"[W8NQMU036].DBO.[OSUSR_O5M_TASKS] with key 0 was not updated"
My application seems to be valid. I can't understand what I'm doing wrong.
Thank you in advance.
I should see your solution to see whats going wrong exactly. But it seems you are trying to use the update action with a task record that has no id value set. When you supply the id field platform will know which record to update with the values supplied in the record that was passed as the parameter for the update action. You could also use a aggregate or advanced query to get the original record, update the records value and pass that record to the update action.
Hope this helps a bit, if not, upload your project so i can show you.