interval_trigger

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This page refers to the interval_trigger parameter that is part of a derived_table.

interval_trigger can also be used as part of a datagroup, described on the datagroup parameter documentation page.

Usage

view: my_view {
  derived_table: {
    interval_trigger: "N (seconds | minutes | hours)"
    ...
  }
}
Hierarchy
interval_trigger
Default Value
none

Accepts
A string containing an integer followed by a timeframe (seconds, minutes, or hours)

Definition

interval_trigger lets you trigger the regeneration of a persistent derived table based on a time interval. In the interval_trigger parameter you pass a string containing an integer followed by "seconds", "minutes", or "hours".

Example

This persistent derived table has an interval_trigger of "3 hours", so every three hours it will be triggered to rebuild:

derived_table: {
  interval_trigger: "3 hours"
  ...
   }
 }