Activities of "BradAdler"

@yekalkan hi. The question won't work for me as:

  1. It uses coding when I am trying to work with the ABP suite
  2. It is a many-to-many relationship and need 1-to-many.

I am going to try and replicate the problem using a simple project much like I did above (see 3 Sep 2022).

@yekalkan hi.No the goal was not achieved. The simple example I tested worked, as described above. The more complex solution that we trying to build did not work per the original post.

@ykalkan hi. Thanks for the suggestions.


  1. Collection names filed doesn't exist in v5.3.3.: The screen shot clearly shows the Collection Names field in the **Advanced **tab of the Define a navigation property.
  2. I guess you need to type Users in Collection name filed.: I tried this and Save/Generate failed too.

I have included another screen shot showing how the Collection Names lookup only displays the App{tables} when I expect it to show the Abp{tables}. Note that I have already created a navigation from this table to existing App{tables}, so this navigation to the Identity User is the second navigation.

I did test this using a very simple project and it worked.

  1. Create a project
  2. Added a table: TestTable
  3. Created the navigation to the Users/IdentityUser
  • When creating the navigation the Collection Names lookup displayed the Abp{Tables} and was able to select the Users entity.
  1. Suite generation process succeeded
  • This is what the navigation properties shows now.
  • Note how the Collection Names field disappeared and the Collection Name=Users, like you suggested

Thanks @enisn

ABP Framework version: v5.3.3 UI type: Blazor DB provider: EF Core Tiered (MVC) or Identity Server Separated (Angular): yes / no Exception message and stack trace: No message Steps to reproduce the issue:"

  1. Need to link the IdentityUser (AbpUsers) to an App{TableName}
  2. Used Abp Studio, Define a navigation property, see screen shot below.
  3. Note how the Collection Name field is blank. When this field is selected it only shows a list of App(TableName} tables, none of the Abp tables.
  4. Questions:
    1. What to do to show the App tables in the Collection Name field?
    2. Is this the correct approach or is there a different way of approaching this?

Note: Followed this approach:

Cheers Brad

The Add Role screen on the Organization Units does not page.

To reproduce:

  1. Add more than 10 roles to a tenant
  2. Setup the organization tree under the root unit
  3. Add a role to an organization unit
  4. Try page down the list of roles by clicking the Next button...role list remains as is for page 1.

Screen shot 1: when the Add Role screen opens on page 1

Screet shot 2: after clicking the Next button to go to page 2

Note that this was created with the ABP framework and no code changes have been made to the Identity Management.

If you're creating a bug/problem report, please include followings:

  • ABP Framework version: v5.3.3
  • UI type: Blazor
  • DB provider: EF Core
  • Tiered (MVC) or Identity Server Separated (Angular): yes / no
  • Exception message and stack trace: None
  • Steps to reproduce the issue:"
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