Uncaught Type Error: Cannot read property 'execute' of undefined

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  • I'm facing the same exception, I have written javascript code on a button to call the apex class method.

    Please find the script below,

    var appMdel = skuid.model.getModel('Application');
    var appId = appMdel.data[0].Id;

    var result = sforce.apex.execute('Button_Utility','updateCollateralLeanAmount',
    {
    appId : appId
    });
    window.location.reload();


    The same script I have moved to another button is working as excepted. Please help me with this, why skuid is misbehaving like this.
  • Hi @sndpkmrpnd, thanks for bringing this issue to our attention.

    • What version of Skuid are you using? Are you building in api v1 or v2?
    • Are there any differences between your two buttons? (e.g. a part of different components, in a popup, etc.)
  • edited January 4, 2021
    Hi @"Anna Wiersema"
    On every page, I do use the API version of V1 only and ngUI module. And my button is on the popup page. Please reply asap. I'm still having the same problem on many pages.
  • edited January 5, 2021
    So basically, What i notice is sforce.apex.execute is working in custom skuid pages. But not in predefined or existing pages like i mentioned earlier ngUI module. Can you please do needful for me. Anyone, please reply.
  • Hey @SandyPanda, this sounds like this might be a namespace thing.

    If the ngUI pages come from a managed package, and your custom Apex is coming from outside of the managed package, then you will have to specify the namespace when you're targeting the Apex method.

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