Could you please try the following and let us know the result:
- Delete the QueryPropertyHistory by clicking the '-' sign beside it
- Add the QueryPropertyHistory service again by clicking the '+' sign beside Services.
- Now, try to bind the result of Date service to the start date parameter of the QueryPropertyHistory .
Please let us know if you were able to bind those parameters after performing the above steps.
Thanks for the prompt reply. That fixes the problem and I can now create the binding.
Unfortunately, now that I've got the binding working, I'm seeing an issue with how the services execute in the AR. As I mentioned, I'm trying to set the startDate to the current day, but when I load the chart, the startDate hasn't read in the value from the Date service. so it initially shows the entire history. If I wait for the Auto-refresh (set to 30) then it will display just the current days data. But each time I show the chart, I have to wait for the Auto-refresh to update to show the correct date. I don't want to set the refresh rate low as it keeps redrawing the chart.
Is there any way to have the QueryProertyHistory service load after I've worked out the date?
Glad to know that the problem got fixed!
Could you please use the ServiceInvokeComplete event which will trigger when the service call is done. You can drag this ServiceInvokeComplete event to other service to chain them together.
In your usecase, drag and drop the ServiceInvokeComplete event of date service on to the QueryPropertyHistory service.
Let us know if this helped to resolve the issue.