I messed around a lot with permissions in the backendless console (sorry - I can’t be much more descriptive right now. If it’s a setting, I probably touched it…) and eventually tried to update the “owner policy” for my users table… I disabled “find” access, and have been unable to turn it back on. Every time I do, I get the same error. (id logged above)
I am also having issues getting the currently logged in user in my application, which I suspect is related. (Error there is “User has no permission to find elements in persistence storage.” - 1013)
I tried refreshing, and logging out/back in to see if it was anything weird with my session, but that did not help - I still can not change the “owner policy” for the table. I’ve also tried reverting a lot of my other settings back to default, to no avail.
Steps to reproduce
Please describe steps to reproduce starting from the first action.
- Open the backendless console after logging in
- Go to the “Data” tab - it should default to the users table
- Go to permissions -> owner policy
- Click “find” (or any option) to enable the feature, then again to disable the feature.
- Click “find” again
Expected behavior: Feature should be re-enabled
Actual behavior: Feature stays disabled, and an error message pops up.