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Overview


Squared Up dashboards auto-refresh by default every minute. The refresh occurs in the background (you should see a spinner appear at the top-right of the page).  The refresh interval is configurable in the IIS application settings as follows.

Instructions


Important: modifying the configuration causes the web application to restart and all users will be logged off.

 

On the server where Squared Up is installed:

1. Open: Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2. Expand <server-name> > Sites > Default Web Site.
3. Select 'SquaredUp'.
4. Open 'Application Settings' in the main panel.
5. Open the 'refresh-interval-seconds' setting to edit the value.

The new refresh interval will be in effect when the next user logs on.

How to change the refresh interval for Open Access Dashboards

By default Open Access dashboards use the same refresh rate as normal dashboards, and the last updated time can be seen top right of the Open Access dashboard.  If required, Open Access dashboards can be given a different the refresh rate.


Important: modifying the configuration causes the web application to restart and all users will be logged off.


On the server where Squared Up is installed:

1. Open: Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2. Expand <server-name> > Sites > Default Web Site.
3. Select 'SquaredUp'.
4. Open 'Application Settings' in the main panel. The 'refresh-interval-seconds' setting is the default refresh rate.  You can leave this as the default for normal dashboards, and add a new setting which only Open Access dashboards will pick up.
5. Under Actions on the right hand side click 'Add'.
6. Give the new application setting the name of: oa-refresh-interval-seconds
7. Set a value in seconds.