Error when creating new resource

Hi all. First time user and poster here. Trying to learn ReTool and just tried to create a new Resource and I get the following error:

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TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'id')
at m (
at ra (
at Bs (
at Cc (
at Nc (
at Oc (
at hc (
at t.unstable_runWithPriority (
at Qo (
at Yo (
at Wo (
at uc (
at Object.enqueueSetState (
at t.m.setState (

...... etc. etc. (Had to cut short due to link posting limits)

Is this something specific to me or a site wide issue? Any help would be appreciated.


Hey @chrislansdown - welcome to Retool and to the community! It sounds like you may have hit a workflow issue where a setting is being saved before the resource is created. Can you try creating the resource with the bare minimum settings filled out, then editing from there? If you can then share what settings were added and the resource type, we can reproduce and double check the workflow on our side.

I also get a very similar issue upon trying to edit an already existing resource. I think you guys have an issue because it happens across all my projects, including the onboarding_db resource in the onboarding project. Here's a screen capture of the issue happening:

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Hey @chrislansdown welcome to Retool and to the community! Thank you so much for flagging this. It turns out this was a bug - good news is it should be fixed now as of yesterday! :slightly_smiling_face: Are you still running into this @chrislansdown or @zouk?

Hello @kbn . Thanks for getting back to me on this. Nice to see a responsive and helpful support forum :slight_smile:
I can confirm the error has stopped. Thank you!

I'm so glad to hear it, @chrislansdown, and you're very welcome. We do our best to monitor and reply here, while also fostering and growing the community - we have a ton of active community members who have become Retool experts. Sometimes they can reply with answers, best practices, tips and tricks, etc. even faster than our team can! :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

Thanks again for your participation here. Your posts help us improve the product as well as help others learn to use it too. Hope you enjoy continuing to build with Retool!