Open the Developer Tools in your browser (F12-Key in many browsers) and watch the Console-tab for any warnings (orange) or errors (red).
- Check the Console-output for errors or warnings.
In modern browsers press
F12key to open the developer-tools. There is a Console-tab. If there are errors (red) or warnings (orange), read the messages and try to figure out if there is a syntax error or typo for example.
- Check that the file
- Check that you have included
- When reloading your page, always clean the browser’s cache (for example Shift+F5 in Chrome, CTRL+R in other browsers)
- Check that there is a file named
In this case:
- Check exact letter-casing of YOURTABLENAME-dv.js especially in Linux.
I recommend naming all tables in English language and lowercase letters, for example “patients”, not “Patients”. So the filename will always be lowercase, for example “patients-dv.js”, not “Patiens-dv.js”nor “PATIENTS-dv.js”
- Check that you can open and login to your application
- Check if you can enter the table-view of your table.
- Check if you can enter the detail-view of your table.
- Try to re-generate your app, go to Admin-area and check if all tables and fields have been generated and configured as modeled in your AppGini project. Especially use the “Rebuild fields” function in Admin-area.
- Try to comment-out every line of your code, then start uncommenting line by line and always check (reload your page) after each line. You will soon see which line(s) cause the error.
- Install a modern, professional source-code editor like Visual Studio Code which will automatically highlight syntax errors in your code and will give you hints on how to solve them.