Generally speaking, you should have only one instance of Everlive
in an app.
This faulty behavior happens because the server cannot find any logged in users in the instance created in the nFac
function. In order to fix this, you will need to aggregate the data for the servicios
table from the same instance of the Everlive
where the user is logged in. In other words, do not create a new instance of Everlive
in the nFac
function and use the one with the user.
Additionally, I'd suggest checking our Data and Authentication Hybrid tutorial
. In this tutorial, you will create an app with a private list of groceries for the registered users.
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