Here you can enter in the path to the Named Query. Click on the Searchicon to get a list of all available Named Queries.
The Return format specifies how the query results are returned. Options are auto, json, dataset, or scalar.
Here you can see a table of all defined Named Query parameters. You can pass in property or Tag values to the parameters by first highlighting the parameter and then selecting either the Property icon or the Tag icon.
|Query||In the query section, there is nothing to configure, but you can see what the Named Query you have selected looks like.|
Allows the component to be active/in use /interactive on the screen.
If the target of the binding returns a non-good quality code, this setting indicates whether the component should reflect the quality code with a component overlay.
This will cause the query to bypass/ignore any cached values from the Named Query and run every time it is called.
This option was removed in 8.1.12 and replaced with Cache & Share
|Cache & Share|
When this setting is enabled, the query will utilize a polling engine that is shared across all running Perspective sessions. The polling engine will run the query once, cache the value, and deliver the results to all registered consumers. The cache persists for a period of time that matches the configured poll rate. This optimization is helpful for consolidating multiple identical polling tasks, particularly when you have many Perspective sessions running at once. Disabling this option will bypass the cache.
This setting will force the results of the query to be limited to a few rows when run in the Designer.
|Polling||Here you can set the Polling Mode of the Named Query binding based on the Polling rate.|