- Strapi Version: 4.11.5
- Operating System: ubuntu 20.04 lts
- Database: MySQL
- Node Version: 18.18.2
- NPM Version:
- Yarn Version:
I have a collection named Blogs on which I’ve set a one-to-one relation to another collection SubService. This worked perfectly in my local system. But when it comes to my dev environment while editing an existing record in the blogs table I’m getting the below response on my field.
I’m super admin and I checked that permissions are enabled for both the tables and fields.
You mind have to update to the newest strapi version so
npm i or
yarn install and then rebuild the admin
npm run build or
yarn build that will most likely fix your problem
But I’m able to add other relations.
correct what you see there is what you would see if you where missing permissions. as super user can’t miss permissions what most likley means you need to ensure your production strapi instance is on the same version and your production strapi instance does
yarn build or
npm run build to rebuild the frontend since the frontend is most likely on an older version
This issue has been resolved when I log out and log in again.
Thanks for your on-time response.