The State Changers used the browser's dev tools to closely inspect the network activity and console errors. It was noted that the application was returning a 'bad request' error due to peculiar data within the URL where it was supposed to be an expected ID value. After detailed analysis, the problem was traced back to the ID referring to the element on the page rather than the one coming from the original JSON.
The identified issue was a conflict between the application's data-centric perspective and the component-centric approach of Whizd platform. As a suggested solution, it was proposed to use Wizd to set another attribute on the element and plug in the JSON ID. After which, the action should retrieve that attribute instead of ID. This approach entails a few extra steps but it should align with Wizd’s way of dealing with components and data. The session concluded with the understanding that this method will need further testing and verification to ensure stability.
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