I have a Splunk (6.4.0) instance where I run a dashboard/form that needs to refresh once a minute. When it refreshes, I would like the whole page to refresh (not the individual panels).
This has been accomplished by using either of the following:
< form refresh="60"> or < dashboard refresh="60">
However, I have a Splunk (6.6.0) instance and a Splunk Cloud (126.96.36.199) instance. Both of these, I try replicating the same process for both form and dashboard. However, it will only refresh each individual panel instead of the whole page.
Is there a way to refresh the whole form/dashboard natively (through Simple XML) in these versions of Splunk (specifically Splunk Cloud)?
You can do that using jQuery!
Just insert this code anywhere in the page:
Here 10000ms=10s interval
Let me know if it works!
Ideally, I would like a solution that uses Simple XML or tools that are easy to use in Splunk Cloud.
If that is the case, I believe Splunk should list that as either known features or deprecated features, as they are removing a feature that was used in previous versions of the product.
I appreciate your input.
@jsukenik, following refreshes every minute:
Specially for applications running on cloud, I think partial form submission through
<form refresh="60"> (using cache) is better than refreshing (pulling the dashboard from server). But it is your call as to what you want to implement.