onStop

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Run code after an application or session ends

This function registers callback functions that are invoked when the application exits (when runApp() exits), or after each user session ends (when a client disconnects).

Usage
onStop(fun, session = getDefaultReactiveDomain())
Arguments
fun

A function that will be called after the app has finished running.

session

A scope for when the callback will run. If onStop is called from within the server function, this will default to the current session, and the callback will be invoked when the current session ends. If onStop is called outside a server function, then the callback will be invoked with the application exits. If NULL, it is the same as calling onStop outside of the server function, and the callback will be invoked when the application exits.

Value

A function which, if invoked, will cancel the callback.

See Also

onSessionEnded() for the same functionality, but at the session level only.

Aliases
  • onStop
Examples
# NOT RUN {
## Only run this example in interactive R sessions
if (interactive()) {
  # Open this application in multiple browsers, then close the browsers.
  shinyApp(
    ui = basicPage("onStop demo"),

    server = function(input, output, session) {
      onStop(function() cat("Session stopped\n"))
    },

    onStart = function() {
      cat("Doing application setup\n")

      onStop(function() {
        cat("Doing application cleanup\n")
      })
    }
  )
}
# In the example above, onStop() is called inside of onStart(). This is
# the pattern that should be used when creating a shinyApp() object from
# a function, or at the console. If instead you are writing an app.R which
# will be invoked with runApp(), you can do it that way, or put the onStop()
# before the shinyApp() call, as shown below.

# }
# NOT RUN {
# ==== app.R ====
cat("Doing application setup\n")
onStop(function() {
  cat("Doing application cleanup\n")
})

shinyApp(
  ui = basicPage("onStop demo"),

  server = function(input, output, session) {
    onStop(function() cat("Session stopped\n"))
  }
)
# ==== end app.R ====


# Similarly, if you have a global.R, you can call onStop() from there.
# ==== global.R ====
cat("Doing application setup\n")
onStop(function() {
  cat("Doing application cleanup\n")
})
# ==== end global.R ====
# }
Documentation reproduced from package shiny, version 1.4.0, License: GPL-3 | file LICENSE

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