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    Hey, thanks again for another reply! Yeah, I have...

    Hey, thanks again for another reply! Yeah, I have a similar functionality to above up and running, was just hoping there was a cleaner way using only the lightstreamer built in functionality. Thanks...
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    Getting to Status DISCONNECTED

    Hello,
    I am working on connection troubleshooting for my implementation of the Java SE Client 4.3.8 and there is a functionality I can't seem to figure out. I have a primary and secondary connection...
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    Right, ok. Well thank you for your help. I think...

    Right, ok. Well thank you for your help. I think at the end of the day I can't call my switch connection startup method directly from the listener because even if I do as you suggested with a timer...
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    Hey, thank you for your reply. Yeah, the thread...

    Hey, thank you for your reply. Yeah, the thread is calling a blocking command because I have a timeout mechanism that gives the new client only a certain amount of time to reconnect. So its like::
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    Connecting to backup source multithreading

    Hello (Using the JAVA SE Client 4.3.8)
    I have a use case where I am connecting to a primary source and, upon connection errors, disconnect the client and switch to a backup connection. However, I...
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    Ah, I see, that makes sense. Thank you!

    Ah, I see, that makes sense. Thank you!
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    Utilizing onSubscriptionError

    Hello,
    I am setting up a Lightstreamer Java SE Client to connect to a third-party server utilizing the Lightstreamer Adapters. I am running into an issue however as I cannot get onSubscriptionError...
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