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FAQ-What Is the Difference Between Demonstration Data and Whole Data in the Saving Performance Statistics Data

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  21 Downloads:  0
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Q:
In the queried performance data, you can use Save at the lower right corner to save data in the format of Text, Excel or HTML. At that time, there are two options: demonstration data and whole data. What is the difference between them?
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Demonstration data refers to the indicated data on the current page of the whole data which is saved in performance statistics, that is, the data indicated by drop-down strip is not saved.
Whole data refers to the total data in the implementation condition of performance data, that is, including the data indicated on the current page and drop-down strip, not the total data of the task statistics;
When the queried data can be entirely indicated on the current page, the data saved with the two saving methods is the same.
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