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0005404SUMo OnlineNew Featurepublic2019-06-09 20:36
Reporterjohnldove Assigned ToKyle_Katarn  
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityhave not tried
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
PlatformLaptop PCOSWindowsOS Version10
Summary0005404: After check, how long should it take for the Dashboard to be updated?
DescriptionI watched the target PC, and it refreshed pretty quickly (I know that this can vary widely because of the timing with heartbeat).
I went back to the dashboard and pressed the Refresh button and the display changed immediately to reflect the new status (one Minor update needed, for example).
Does the dashboard automatically refresh? I don't see any <head> section refresh directives.
If this something that you leave to the Dashboard manager? That seems ok.
It's admittedly tricky to know when to refresh -- especially if the target PC doesn't refresh right away.
Sorry -- lots of questions, very few solutions.
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2019-04-03 23:17

administrator   ~0003205

Good feedback, thanks !
Do you think that an auto-refresh header on Dashboard side would make this easier to follow ?
Currently it's purely static, manual refresh by admin is required (F5)


2019-04-04 04:39

reporter   ~0003206

I think this is a question that would be answered several ways by different admins.
For example, admins who don't want the "refresh" load on their computer/browser, would want it to remain manual.
You could have the manual refresh be the default, but allow the admin to click on a dropdown to choose an auto-refresh page, that had the refresh directive. The dropdown could trigger an open of https://.../dashboard/view.php?int=xx
where xx is the number of seconds. The admin chooses and the proper int= will be added to the URL. That way the interval could be changed. Just make sure that the int= value is carried forward with every refresh.
If the code is:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" CONTENT="15">
then the dropdown box could read the value passed in and put it into the refresh directive <META HTTP...CONTENT="<?=$intvalue?>">
Question is whether you could have a hidden field with the interval that gets passed by POST every time the refresh happens so you can grab it $_REQUEST('intvalue') and put it in the heading directive. I'm sure you know a lot more about this than me, Kyle.


2019-06-09 20:36

administrator   ~0003461

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Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2019-04-03 22:44 johnldove New Issue
2019-04-03 23:17 Kyle_Katarn Assigned To => Kyle_Katarn
2019-04-03 23:17 Kyle_Katarn Status new => feedback
2019-04-03 23:17 Kyle_Katarn Note Added: 0003205
2019-04-04 04:39 johnldove Note Added: 0003206
2019-04-08 22:29 Kyle_Katarn Summary 418-After check, how long should it take for the Dashboard to be updated? => After check, how long should it take for the Dashboard to be updated?
2019-06-09 20:36 Kyle_Katarn Status feedback => resolved
2019-06-09 20:36 Kyle_Katarn Resolution open => fixed
2019-06-09 20:36 Kyle_Katarn Note Added: 0003461