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Feb 2016
Arik Fraimovich
Feb 06 2016 05:07
Wow, I missed so many messages here. @parkeristyping @matthew-sochor @nzben @TMit I'll answer your questions later today.
@btucker strange that it works with Python's json parser but not the browser one. Can you send me the csv result of this query (you can limit it to the row/column with the infinity value)?
Arik Fraimovich
Feb 06 2016 08:18
@nzben most likely that you have some scheduled queries that fail to run. You can either check the celery logs (/opt/redash/logs/celery_error.log) or just select all queries that have a schedule but were not refreshed in the past week. If you have the "re:dsah metadata" data source, you can run this query from redash.
@TMit you can add "maxAge=0" to the URL to make it always re-execute the queries. or use a different value than 0, to have some caching (like maxAge=3600 for results that are at most 1 hour old).
@matthew-sochor adding a column to the model definition is not enough, you also need to add it in the database (and create a migration, if you plan to pull request this). but why do you need new columns? the options field is a json field, and you can use it to store whatever additional information you might need.
@matthew-sochor also, I'm curious to know what kind of widget type you're adding.
Arik Fraimovich
Feb 06 2016 08:26
@parkeristyping I would love to add some concept of versioning to queries, but there are so many things to implement before...
Feb 06 2016 17:58
Hi all, apologize if this is a dumb question. love redash and use it quite often. i'm wondering if it's possible to add in custom d3 visualizations? i'll write a SQL query that aggregates data in a certain way and have d3 script that uses that aggregation in a custom visual. I'm not sure if it is possible to incorporate this visual into redash as a dashboard object.
Arik Fraimovich
Feb 06 2016 20:24
@ad2020 not dumb at all. you can create new visualizations types for Re:dash, but there is no place to create them in the interface. It's something I want to add at some point.