Updating server data html without refresh


To refresh the Extract right-click the data connection, but instead of clicking refresh, go down and click Extract and then click the Refresh option in the flyout menu. There is no key-combination (that I know) to invoke an Extract refresh. F5 (or ctrl-F5 or shift-F5) does NOT refresh your data. This does not issue a new query to your database, or refresh the data after a data extract has been refreshed; at least not by itself.

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I am wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of learning how to update the page html and url without refreshing the page.

Are there any existing javascript libs that handle this or it there a good book that covers this sort of thing. Notice the actual html is update when the section is changed as well as the url while maintaining a smooth transition with no visible page refresh. Also if anyone sees any downside to using this approach I am all ears. It's a newer technology which most of the newest browsers (internet explorer excluded : P) support.

If your Excel workbook has a connection to a table or query in a SQL Server database, you can make sure it shows the most up to date information.

Use the Refresh command (on the Data tab) to do this.

Lets assume you have a single page application running on n users computers as a dashboard and you updated the application, how does all of the clients receive and manage the updated assets without incurring a browser refresh.