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Display increasing (incremental) number of transaction each seconds

05 Base Camper

Display increasing (incremental) number of transaction each seconds

HI,

I want to display the cumulative number of transactons of the current day and updating it each seconde or minute

Thank you for your help

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Re: Display increasing (incremental) number of transaction each seconds

Hi Abdel Aziz,

 

by default, an interval would just reflect the Tx count for that interval. In order for you to show an incremental value for the 'Day', we'd need to do some customizations, either to the record or display/query, to give us commulative number.

 

You can also store each interval's count to a csv file (using database with csv destination) and then script out the total number for the day. If this is something you'd like professional services at ir to do, I'd suggest reaching out to your account manager to get scoping and LoE determined.


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Thanks,
Shoaib
05 Base Camper

Re: Display increasing (incremental) number of transaction each seconds

Hi Shoaib,

  

Thank You for this response, I think to do this with Alert with a simple txt file destination and create a new user record to read from this file each 1 minute and display every 5 minutes, because the targets  is to get a display with a new cumulative value each 1 or 5 minutes.

 

regards 

Re: Display increasing (incremental) number of transaction each seconds

Thanks @Abdelaziz_AMAMR, best to reach out to your account manager, so we can scope the work properly and come up with a solution.


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Thanks,
Shoaib
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