Applications may use local data sources that are configured to periodically check for updates from the remote server.
In some cases, the URL that is used to check for updates can be corrupted.
This tutorial explains how to fix corrupted URLs and / or completely remove automatic updates to data sources from your app if you do not want this behavior.
For each local data source
- In the Feed section of the App Tree (left hand side)
- Click the "link" icon to see the Association Edit page for the data source.
If you don't want your app to check for updates:
If you want your app to check for updates:
- If you don't actually want the data source to be downloadable, you should navigate back to the data source edit page
- For Cloud Collections: Change Publish Automatically to No and click Update
- For other data sources: Change Downloadable to No and click Update
Accessing the Edit Page
In some cases, you might not able to navigate to the Association Edit page:
You can see the message: "Local data sources can receive updates, but only if you mark them as downloadable...").
To address this:
For a Cloud Collection based Local DB
2. Publish Latest
You need to publish your Collection i.e. turn it into a Local DB: See "Published Latest" Tutorial
Click the link to change the setting on the data source
Change Downloadable to Yes and click Update