We have a script which writes a processed JSON file loaded in memory to data tables in Spotfire. The IronPython script is running within the TIbco Spotfire environment. However, it is taking an exceedingly long time and will crash is a file is too large. I suspect this is because of unmanaged memory usage.
Currently, I want to create a 'Jump To' feature in Tibco Spotfire. User is able to jump to a certain html page based on what they selected. Initially, I created a python script as below. import System [url removed, login to view](str([url removed, login to view]["BRLINK"])); It works fine on my laptop. However, user is not able to use it because this command only works for local drive. After I done some research, I have two potential ways to do this right now. First one: Python and HTML. Run following Python script from [url removed, login to view] import HtmlTextArea string = "</HEAD>n" + "<BODY>n" + "<FORM name="oForm" action="[url removed, login to view]" method="post">n" + "<INPUT type="button" value="aButton" </FORM>"; [url removed, login to view][HtmlTextArea]().HtmlContent = string Then html part is covered by following code automatically. </HEAD> <BODY> <FORM name="oForm" action="[url removed, login to view]" method="post"> <INPUT type="button" value="aButton" </FORM> However, there is no response when I execute it. If someone knows how to make it work, then I can change [url removed, login to view] to a dynamic value. Second: HTML. I run following html code. <A href="[url removed, login to view]" target=_blank>Jump To</A> It works good on web browser. But I don't know how to replace [url removed, login to view] by my dynamic document property. Please let me know if you have any ideas. Thank you!
Currently, I'm working on spotfire comments feature. Right now, user is able to update comments in the input box by selecting market and source value in 'property control' box. For user friendly purpose, we hope that both market and source value can be shown in text area automatically when they select a row in datatable. Then, they just need to type in comments in input box (with out selecting svalue in property control), then comments will automatically write back to database. With R data function, market and source value is able to show in the 'property control' box. But I failed to connect the property control with parameter in the information link. The issue is that there is internal dependency between parameters and property control boxes. I make it works when I create two tables and get value from another data, and send value back to current table to update comments. But performance will be really bad if data table duplicated. Hope someone can give me a solution.