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Saved Search - Improve Performance & User Experience #1939

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posixeleni opened this issue Apr 9, 2015 · 1 comment
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Saved Search - Improve Performance & User Experience #1939

posixeleni opened this issue Apr 9, 2015 · 1 comment

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posixeleni commented Apr 9, 2015

Per my last comment in #90 there is a performance issue when trying to do a Saved Search for a larger set of results and this causes a user experience issue since the user does not know why this is taking so long and may assume that the feature is timing out or not working.

Since this is only meant for super-users right now this work can be postponed till after 4.0 is released.

cc/ @kcondon

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scolapasta commented Apr 20, 2015

Made some improvements, will still take a long time, as we'll need to make the firing of the actual linking to be asynchronous. But it should work better now and be usable through the API.

@scolapasta scolapasta modified the milestones: 4.0.1, In Review - Short Term Apr 20, 2015
@scolapasta scolapasta modified the milestones: 4.0.1, 4.0.2 Apr 24, 2015
@scolapasta scolapasta modified the milestones: Candidates for 4.0.2, Candidates for 4.0.3 May 29, 2015
@scolapasta scolapasta modified the milestones: Candidates for 4.2, Candidates for 4.3 Jul 15, 2015
@mercecrosas mercecrosas modified the milestones: Candidates for 4.3, In Review Nov 30, 2015
@pdurbin pdurbin removed their assignment Jan 21, 2016
@mheppler mheppler changed the title Improve Performance & User Experience for Saved Search Saved Search - Improve Performance & User Experience Jan 27, 2016
@scolapasta scolapasta removed this from the Not Assigned to a Release milestone Jan 28, 2016
pdurbin added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 15, 2016
In a refactoring at c10cbd9 we lost the meaning of 0.0.0.0 which was
"Setting address to undefined (0.0.0.0)" so this commit makes the code
clearer.

A note has been added that Saved Search may not play nicely with IP
Groups but this should probably be addressed along with the long list of
other Saved Search issues mentioned in the API Guide: #1364, #1813,
 #1840, #1890, #1939, #2167, #2186, #2053 and #2543
@djbrooke djbrooke added this to Inbox 🗄 in IQSS/dataverse May 8, 2019
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