I have the following code for one of our async scripted dashboards:
xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); xmlhttp.customID = currentXmlHttpRequests.length; currentXmlHttpRequests.push(xmlhttp); xmlhttp.open("GET", URL, true); xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = myCallbackFunction(); xmlhttp.send();
If I set a breakpoint in
myCallbackFunction() it hits, but after the other panels (which don’t rely on this async request) are already rendered onto the page. Is there a way I can prevent the sequence of events that assumes the
dashboard object is complete from continuing until all of these (not many, like 4) async requests are finished (and subsequently have updated the dashboard object with the new panels)?