Dear Mendix community,
Are there any plans for Mendix to fix the problem above? We cannot expect all our production users to disable their extensions when they use our website. We build websites for all types of users, even for other FrontEnd developers. They fairly often have tools like React Developer Tools and others installed. We risk losing market because of this problem and we don’t see any option to fix this ourselves. Please increase the urgency on this problem and give us an indication that this problem is being recognized and in process of being resolved.
Thanks for your understanding.
Which browser are you using? We found that some Chrome extensions are interfering with the Mendix client and cause this error. Try deactivating all extensions and test without them. Then step-by-step activate them again to identify the once causing this issue for you.
I've just updated my Dashlane extension to 6.2311.3 and now I can access Mendix apps normally again.
Several members of my time have recently started experiencing this error when accessing https://sprintr.home.mendix.com from Chrome or Edge browsers. Some of us are on macOS while others on Windows.
Hello community members, we filed a support ticket with Mendix and it appears they are under the impression that this is an isolated issue since there are no other official tickets filed with the same problem description. Please if you are affected by this issue, file a Mendix Support ticket in order to get this properly prioritized.
Same problem here for multiple users of ours. They get it when they go the login page, not even logged in. Very annoying and hard to tell them how to solve this.
Will issue a support ticket about this. Anyone an idea about a workaround?
It looks like you are trying to read a attribute from an empty entity, to fix this you should first check if the object exist ($Entity != empty) and then read the value of the attribute. If this doesn't work could you please add some screenshots from the code where it goes wrong?