I have an application with a table that is fed by a query (on MySQL).
That query has a parameter that gets the value from a select included in the same page. That select widget is launching a query as well.
The problem here is that the query for the table is executed before the value of the Select widget is resolved. The result? A blank table. I have to push the update button to update the content of the table and, then, all data appears.
I have discussed with support, and it seems an issue of priorities. I tried to find a workaround with store values, but the problem persist.
@froura Sorry about the issue you are facing. Checking this with the team.
@froura Could you share the following information
- The select dropdown is getting its values from a query, is this correct?
- You require the table values to be populated at the time of page load ? If yes is there any default value you are setting in the select widget? ?
@hou Let us know if you need assistance with anything. Happy to help
I think I have the same issue
I have an API that depends on the select dropdown value
@hou Would it possible to invite me to your app with Developer role so that I can help troubleshoot the issue. Thanks - email@example.com
I deploy my appsmith and backend on my server，so i cant do that. but I have used some methods to skip that