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If we have join/union in the dataset then do we have to refresh the main dataset every time after i do any changes in the child(Join/Union) dataset.





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If you have done any join/union in the dataset then you do not have to refresh the main dataset every time after making changes in the child dataset. 


  • If we have A, B and C dataset and ‘A’ is the main dataset in which ‘B’ & ‘C’ are joined.

  • If we do changes in any existing B or C dataset then it will reflect in main dataset ‘A’ only after saving the dataset B or C

  • It is not required to do refresh from source in the main dataset everytime after making changes in the child dataset. You just need to publish the ‘A’ main dataset to reflect those changes into the objects.


As per Below screenshot, we have added one new column in Demo_1 data set and Column name is City_new_column and this same column is reflecting in the main dataset.


 

Below is the main dataset’s screenshot. Here we have not refreshed the main dataset. It will automatically display that column in the main dataset.


 


Note: This article is based on Smarten Version 5.0. This may or may not be relevant to the Smarten version you may be using.

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If you have done any join/union in the dataset then you do not have to refresh the main dataset every time after making changes in the child dataset. 


  • If we have A, B and C dataset and ‘A’ is the main dataset in which ‘B’ & ‘C’ are joined.

  • If we do changes in any existing B or C dataset then it will reflect in main dataset ‘A’ only after saving the dataset B or C

  • It is not required to do refresh from source in the main dataset everytime after making changes in the child dataset. You just need to publish the ‘A’ main dataset to reflect those changes into the objects.


As per Below screenshot, we have added one new column in Demo_1 data set and Column name is City_new_column and this same column is reflecting in the main dataset.


 

Below is the main dataset’s screenshot. Here we have not refreshed the main dataset. It will automatically display that column in the main dataset.


 


Note: This article is based on Smarten Version 5.0. This may or may not be relevant to the Smarten version you may be using.

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