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What's the significance of param scope of TABLE_CHECK and TABLE_REFRESH parameter for a CT?

Hello Experts,

I work on SYCLO/Agentry mobile applications. I need your help to understand the significance of param scope(User/Application) of TABLE_CHECK and TABLE_REFRESH parameter for a CT.

Do they have any impact on the Transmit?

Appreciate your help!!

Thanks,

Sudhir.

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  • Jul 26, 2017 at 03:07 AM

    Param. Scope: The scope of the parameter value. There are two options:

    • Mobile Application: Value for all users of the application
    • Mobile User: Value that can be overridden for individual users. To override a user’s parameter value, see the Administration & Monitoring portal information on parameters.

    So for complex tables, leaving the value as "application" is normally ok unless you have some different refresh logics for different users.

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    • Thank you so much Kevin for the response.

      Let me put my question in a different way.

      Let's say I have a CT(A) and the check param scope is set to user with value as 0. I transmitted as X and it Transmitted successfully. then I changed the user to B and try to Transmit, so will it check the CT for the update?

      And what will be the behavior for the same scenario If I set the param scope as Application.

      Thanks,

      Sudhir.