Element Details: Refresh+Element+Timer

Available in: Logi Info Source code name: RefreshElementTimer

RefreshElementTimer uses AJAX techniques to automatically refresh one or more elements in the report based on an interval.

Enter the ID of the element(s) to be updated into the ElementID attribute. Multiple IDs can be entered, separated by commas. You can also refresh multiple elements by placing them under a common Division element and specifying the Division's ID.

The timer's interval is set in seconds. Be careful with setting a fast refresh rate if a very large number of users may display the report.

RefreshElementTimer works by re-runnning the report with just those elements that are to be refreshed. The report runs using request parameters from 1) Input elements on the report, 2) LinkParams and 3) URL request parameters when RequestForwarding="True".

When DebuggerStyle="DebuggerLinks", you can view debug information generated for each RefreshElementTimer request. These appear as additional links at the bottom of the debug page.

RefreshElementTimer does not work with elements that are under DataTables.

When there is a DataTable on the page that has InteractivePaging or sorting enabled, set the DataTable's AjaxPaging="True".


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NamePossible ValuesDescription
(Required) The name of the element on the page that will be shown or hidden. You can specifiy more than one element by seperating each Element ID with a comma.
(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.
(Required) The number of seconds to wait before refreshing elements specified in the RefreshElementTimer element. When used for the Real Time Update element, this will be the number of seconds to wait before refreshing the parent chart data. The value must be an integer greater than 0.


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