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Performance On Filtered Data - View Criteria Vs. Data Page Filters


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Hi,

I'd like to share a performance tweak I discovered this morning.

Filter your data at the Data Page, not the View.

 

In a View, I filtered out values based on the criteria of time-stamped values from the last 30-days.

 

The Data Page that used this view took ~9 seconds to load.

 

I switched to Filtering a DataPage, and now it loads in <1 second.

 

Think Easy

CHAD

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This is helpful to know also for managing an app that rolls over every year: I have a lot of views with fiscal year filters, and each year I'm going to have to update them with the current year. Since this can't yet be done programmatically with Bridge, I've just documented these cases for a checklist, but without preference to Datapage vs View. It sounds like it will be much cleaner to go full-datapage.

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Hi,

I'd like to share a performance tweak I discovered this morning.

Filter your data at the Data Page, not the View.

 

In a View, I filtered out values based on the criteria of time-stamped values from the last 30-days.

 

The Data Page that used this view took ~9 seconds to load.

 

I switched to Filtering a DataPage, and now it loads in <1 second.

 

Think Easy

CHAD

 

In working to reduce my data usage I learned that filtering at the Data Page also reduces data usage

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