refresh is not a valid Tabcmd argument per tabcmd Commands
Are you trying to refresh the extract? if so,then you will need to use refreshextract
refresh in the context used here is a command for calling a view from a url browser window.
I hope that helps
I picked up the refresh argument from the same page that you have provided the link for.
The reason I am using refresh in my TabCmd script is because I need to generate PDFs right after a process runs which refreshes the data in the server. Since my dashboards are live but not exactly live streaming, I need my PDF to show the data that was just generated. My understanding is that using the refresh argument allows me to refresh the underlying data before I pull in the PDFs with different filters. Am I understanding this incorrectly?
Yes, Adding "?:refresh=yes" should ensure non-use of cache and the get you the freshest data. When I look at your syntax, it looks wrong for the first parameter, there should be no comma.
Try something like this:
tabcmd export "Report123?:refresh=yes&Product=Ball&Department=playstore" --pdf --pagelayout portrait --pagesize letter -f "C:\Users\xxxxx\Desktop\abc\Report123.pdf" --no-certcheck
Ahh.., you are right, that's probably was what was messing this up. Thank you Jeff