Have you verified that, in the context of the IWP solution, field warranty::_kp_language is populated with a valid value?
In your comparison pic, I note that the field labeled "LanguageForAnswer" is populated in the native FM client image, and yet it does not appear to be populated with an expected value in the IWP image.
This suggests to me that there is some kind of difference going on in your data sets, perhaps specifically related to language selection.
This is especially eye-catching because it suggest to me that maybe warranty::_kp_language is not populated as expected, which would lead to your relationship for the value list breaking, and hence the value list yielding no values.
Hope this helps and best,
Edit: Just to be clear: warranty::_kp_language will need to be already populated before the user receives the IWP page in their browser, in order for the value list to be populated when the page loads in their browser.
God, Steve... you're so right, and I should have noticed this myself...
by having my Filemaker showing record 2013-19-0027 and the IWP showing record 2013-19-0028
felling kinda silly now / but thanks a million for your help !!!
The probably cause : this sometimes happend that by (unintentionally) touching the mouse scroll, the record jumps to the next/previous record...
I've had users also experiencing this : they work in record 1, then are distracted, and unintentionllly touch the scroll, and when getting back to their work, they are now on record 2, thinking they still make changes in record 1...
is there a way to de-activate this scrolling in FM ?
This is the joy of having an extra set of eyes. In my own experience I often overlook something simple and go delving into some complexity until someone else refreshes my view.
As for the scroll wheel question: I've seen various posts about this, but I don't have personal experience with it. If I recall correctly, other developers have said that hiding and locking the status area has an effect on the behavior of scrolling the records.
I think that if you do a search on this forum for "scroll" or "scroll records" you will probably find the information you are looking for regarding this.