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Iterate over Mulitple "Queues" - General Question

Hello Team -

In processing data a lot of times I will add rows and do right([RowNo],1) so that I can get a clean 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 = 10 queues for iteration.

It would be helpful if there was a more efficient way to split that up over more than 10, regardless of the row count.

Any thoughts on how I can make this more efficient

The example in my screenshot is loading 10 customers per second or 1 per second per iteration queue. My theory is that if I have enough capacity on my machine that I could do more.

Can’t think of anything.

When we will introduce multi-sessions for EasyMorph Server it will be possible to run multiple instances (sessions) of the same Server task. In this case, it will be possible to use the “EasyMorph Server Command” action to run asynchronously several instances of a task that loads customers providing each session a different parameter. So instead of deriving N tables you would just use iterations to run the task N times.

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