thanks Wendy, that perfectly answers my question. Fortunately we do plan to migrate to later version so appreciate knowing my scenario is addressed. I will say my work-around isn't "too difficult". Basically, I "run" the Data Table script (creates new JMP project with refreshed data), rename the Data table (to be same as in original JMP project), then copy/paste the graph scripts from old project into the new project. This seems to work and isn't too much trouble. Not so sure if I have more complex JMP project (models, etc.) if it's that easy.
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This is a repeat of another discussion by CoryC (#171874, never answered) on SAS Communities....I am reposting to JMP Community (as I gather JMP discussions may have switched boards) - thanks Reeza!. I have a JMP (v10.0.2) project that sources a table via ODBC (to SQL Server database). I have built numerous scripts (plots and charts) in my project. Ideally, I'd like to just click "refresh" (e.g. right-click above the "Source" script) and have the data refresh. It would be super-sweet to have the Scripts also refresh (or a quick option to do so upon data refresh). However, the only way I know how to "refresh" the data is to edit/run the "Source" script which pulls the data. Unfortunately, rather than refresh the data "in place", JMP creates a brand new JMP project with the refresh data (and none of the other chart/plot scripts are there). So, I end up creating those scripts from scratch on the new JMP project. There's got to be a better way to do this! There may be a better workaround than what I'm doing. Thanks for any suggestions.
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