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So my goal is to have queries in a .fex run at the same time instead of sequentially so that they don't take as much time.
Pseudo code below:
TABLE FILE CAR
ON TABLE HOLD AS 'FOCCACHE/HOLD1'
TABLE FILE CAR
ON TABLE HOLD AS 'FOCCACHE/HOLD2'
var frameArray = [ "Panel_1_1", "Panel_2_1"];
parent.BipIframeInterface.refresh(parent.BipIframeInterface.REFRESH_ALL_BUT_ARRAY, name, frameArray);
If I do put both of my table files in separate fexes, I'd like to be able to refresh my tiles only when both .fexes have run.
Hoping there's an easier way to request both table files to be run on SQL Server at the same time.
I have tried the persisting data via App Path. Unfortunately that won't work as it's too much maintenance on the developer side.
ok i figured all this out. I created an HTML wrapper with 4 report iframes that ran the agents separately. then passed the parameters to FOCCACHE and now all my other reports are feeding from that. I think I'm good to go.