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Commit at an interval of records processed such as every 100 or 1000 records

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edited Aug 19, 2018 11:15AM in Customer Portal 2 comments



I have a loop that goes through *all* our incidents, some 250k. Code is below for what happens.

I raised a SR saying it wasn't performing as expecting as an arbitrary number were getting saved. They suggested "committing at an interval of records processed such as every 100 or 1000 records"

My question would be how I'd go about it? In fact, how would I optimise the code below? I was thinking of rather than deleting, I could update the record...

Code Snippet

use RightNow\Connect\v1_3 as RNCPHP;

		for ($x = 0; $x <= 50; $x++) {
			$query_string = "SELECT Misc.incident_stats FROM Misc.incident_stats LIMIT 10000";
			$destroy = RNCPHP\ROQL::queryObject($query_string)-> next();
			while($destroyEverything = $destroy->next()){
		$a = Array();
		for ($x = 0; $x <= 500000; $x += 10000) {
			$r = RNCPHP\ROQL::query("SELECT ID FROM Incident WHERE Incident.Interface.ID=1 LIMIT ".$x.",10000" )->next();
			while($i = $r->next()) {
		$inc = new RNCPHP\Misc\incident_stats();
		$inc->i_id = 1;
		$inc->open = count($a);
		$inc->StatusType = count($a);
		$inc->Queue = count($a);
		$inc->Status = count($a);
		foreach ($a as $v) {
			$filter= new RNCPHP\AnalyticsReportSearchFilter;
			$filter->Name = 'i_id';
			$filter->Values = array( $v );
			$filters = new RNCPHP\AnalyticsReportSearchFilterArray;
			$filters[] = $filter;
			$ar= RNCPHP\AnalyticsReport::fetch(101471);
			$arr= $ar->run( 0, $filters,10 );
			$nrows= $arr->count();
			if ( $nrows)

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