- build a simple module
- add one relation, e.g. to accounts
- install the module
- add a record to the new module and connect to the relationship
No matter how to set up permissions,
Administration> Repair> Quick Repair and Rebuild
I rebuilt everything that was possible.
“Undefined” is displayed as the record’s id, so when you click on the record, the following information appears:
“You are not authorized to view this page. Please contact your system administrator.”
I can enter and view these records independently, I can see their name, which means they are loading properly, but as a link to a given record there is.
… / public / # / accounts / record / undefined
“undefined” shows up both in the list and when you enter a record.
You can’t see much in the logs even in debug mode.
Possibly it could make a difference
[WARN] ModuleNameMapper | mapName | ‘test’ not mapped to ‘frontend’
By the way, I noticed that if there is a 1to1 relation to the users record, no matter if there are correct entries in the relational table or if it is completely empty, there will be errors in the logs
[ERROR] Warning: Multiple links found for relationship test2_users within module test2
I have run out of ideas on how to get around this.
The topic was raised, but Quick Repair and Rebuild does not solve the problem.