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2:04About Client Updates
1:34Setting up Client Auto Login
1:59Setting Client Minimum Size
1:49Customizing Client Login Screen
2:08Using Touchscreen Mode
0:52Setting Project Polling Base Rate
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Setting Project Polling Base Rate
SQL query bindings have a base poll rate that can be adjusted for the whole Project through the Project Properties window.
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[00:00] Anytime ignition is polling data from the database it has to have some rate that it's doing that at. You can set a project-wide value in the project properties in the designer. Click project, and then properties, and then go into the client timing page. And here you can see we have a polling base rate of 5,000, that's milliseconds, or five seconds. So, anything that's using the default polling rate is polling at a five second rate. Now, I can change this, go from five to one second. And then when I hit OK, and then save my project, then you can see the next time the table opens, it will be running at a one second rate.