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  1. This issue is not very clear to me. Do you mean...

    This issue is not very clear to me.
    Do you mean that some Items subscribed in COMMAND mode, once they are no longer updated from the back-end, also disappear in the client view? This would be...
  2. Hi rvkvino, I have just taken a quick review...

    Hi rvkvino,

    I have just taken a quick review of your code, and indeed I cannot provide a definitive answer but some tips to continue the investigation.
    I think you should start by monitoring...
  3. Indeed, in this case I would start the...

    Indeed, in this case I would start the investigation from the initialization operations performed in the Adapters, since they seem to fix the issue.

    Maybe you have a forever loop that once...
  4. As you can see from the log, the messages...

    As you can see from the log, the messages reporting received updates from the Data Adapter ("INCOMING DATA for ... ") disappear completely from 03:50:01,925; but the rest of the server activity...
  5. So, with subscriptions loggers at DEBUG level you...

    So, with subscriptions loggers at DEBUG level you should be able to follow the entire flow relating to each Item, starting from the subscription request to the adapter and all the updates received by...
  6. Unfortunately, the client error you mentioned...

    Unfortunately, the client error you mentioned (LS_cause=new.timeout.5 .2.error) is not enough to figure out what is going on.
    Indeed, the error means that the client was unable to create the session...
  7. Hi, This is strange, because the browser...

    Hi,

    This is strange, because the browser console reports a regular client polling session, and indeed you can see some data received, such as:

    d(2,1,'5066 9','50687',6)

    and

    d(2,4,'24.4...
  8. Hi, The javascript you showed is the normal...

    Hi,

    The javascript you showed is the normal reply to a create session request from the client, so it seems ok from that side, and gives us no clue on the actual cause of the issue.
    You should...
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