Is it possible to refresh an in-content form with a dataview if the object that should be shown in that dataview is changed through a pop-up form? For example, form A shows image 1 but by pressing a button, image 1 is removed from the relation and image 2 is created. Form A should now show image 2 but keeps displaying image 1 until form is closed. i.e. I have an image viewer with a datasource that retrieves the image linked to the main entity and shows it. I want users to create a new image object when they upload a new image, rather than replace the existing image. I cannot get a new image to display immediately in the underlying form, though. It only refreshes when I close the in-content form and re-open it. If I do not create a new image but upload a new image to the existing object that is being shown, it does refresh correctly.
You should call a sub microflow (microflow within the microflow) that passes the owner of the relationship as a parameter. In this microflow you should refresh the owner.
You could try the following: give your image file a description and create a dropdown box over the association. Then set it to select using a popup form and add a image viewer below. It should look something like the example provided.
This way no refreshes or microflows are needed. Otherwise you need to refresh the parent object as suggest before.