We also have a quite flexible way to filter and search on which Log entries or Runs you will see. These possibilities include filtering on From and To Date, Schedule Code, Group Code, Transfer Code, IsError and also a generic search field for free-text search in the description and other fields. Read more on our wiki about Filtering and Search on MyRapidi
But flexibility comes at a price and when there is a lot of Log entries, we need to ensure good performance by limiting the number of Log entries that are shown or searched through. Our primary way to limit the number of Log entries is our From and To Date filters. We already do some logic with counting the number of Log entries in order to show you a suitable selection of Log entries or Runs when you first click on the Log or Runs menu items - in general it will show you the last couple of days of Log entries, but if there is really a lot of Log entries, it might be reduced to the last couple of hours instead.
Checking on the number of Log Entries to show or search
You can then change the From and To Date to show other intervals and it's here that we have added some logic to ensure that we are not showing or searching too many Log entries. Now we check how many Log entries are in the interval that you have selected and if it's more than a certain number (currently set to 200.000), we issue a message to ask you to reduce the date interval selected. In this way, we allow as much flexibility as possible but without compromising the performance (too much).
Better indication of when data is retrieved on Logs and Runs
In order to give you more feedback on what is currently happening on the page, we now show our Spinning Wheel when the page is retrieving data from the server. This is true for both the Logs and Runs pages.
Updates to UI on the Statistics page
We have also updated the UI on the Statistics page. We show the Spinning wheel when data is retrieved and we have updated the styling of the menu buttons and in general, optimized this page for mobile devices also.
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