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  1. Let me clarify that COMMAND mode is being used. ...

    Let me clarify that COMMAND mode is being used. So, applying the same question:

    If Lightstreamer recieves two large updates around the same time (update A: 100 items, update B: 50 items) such...
  2. How does Lightstreamer handle multiple large updates?

    If Lightstreamer recieves two large updates around the same time (update A: 100 items, update B: 50 items) such that it receives data from the second update before it finishes passing the first...
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    Underlying connection was closed

    While trying to subscribe via the .NET api, on rare occasions we will get the exception: "The underlying connection was closed: A connection that was expected to be kept alive was closed by the...
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    Limit of Data Pushed and Snapshots?

    Sorry for the late response to this. We had a workaround by limiting the amount of data we were pushing at one time to less than a thousand.

    We are not using MERGE mode, we are using COMMAND...
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    All Data Has Been Pushed?

    Have a few questions related to the end of snapshot / whether all of the data has been pushed:

    1) It looks like the only functional difference between onEndOfSnapshot and OnSnapshotEnd...
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    Push and Subscription Buffering

    Using the Moderato version, we are testing the push cabilities of Lightstreamer.

    We are using one data adapter. The data adapter is pushing out 8000+ pieces of data seperately at client...
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    Tibco pausing with Lightstreamer

    Tibco GI Builder keeps pausing, and we believe this is because it is running the code in the javascript files to initialize lightstreamer.

    When dealing with the visual designer in VS/C# there is...
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