I am trying to use a custom column with a computed value function that runs a query with a filter to calculate the total of selected rows. However, I am receiving an error that
Queryname.run() is not a function. When I make the function asynchronous, the error disappears but the computed value is undefined.
Similarly, when I try to pass parameters in an API query, I am receiving an error and following the instructions given in the documentation is not working. Switching from the forEach() method to a for loop resolves this issue.
The user was facing an error while using a custom column in a Table with Computed Value as a function they had created in a JSObject. The function was running a query with a filter to get only selected rows and perform an action, then return the total. They were getting the error
"Queryname.run() is not a function", but making the function async resulted in an undefined computed value.
The solution for this issue was to use the keyword
this to access a function in the same file. So,
this.FetchChildItems.data was a valid expression to use in the computation. Additionally, the issue with running a query from a JSObject was resolved by using a
for loop instead of the
forEach() method and passing the parameters correctly. After these changes were made, the issues were resolved.