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  1. #71
    Thanks a lot Gialunca. I found out the issue was a bug in my own code that generated the tokens for the request. really appreciate your help.
    Last edited by femi; October 5th, 2019 at 02:07 AM.

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    Hi femi,

    thank you for this feedback.

  3. #73
    Hi Gialunca,

    I had an application running this morning, and i noticed that occasionally, the lightstreamer server "Freezes" i.e stops sending back messages, causing a TimeoutError. I can attempt to automatically reconnect back to the server in such cases, but i wanted to get your thoughts, if there is already a way to do this?

    Thanks,
    Femi

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    Hi Femi,

    I confirm that the demo currently does not provide any reconnection mechanism. Therefore, for the moment you should extend the demo with automatic retries.

    Regards,
    Gianluca

  5. #75
    I wonder if someone can answer a very simple and very early question for me, before I start re-learning my forgotten coding skills. I can see that people are somehow using python to connect to IG. I notice that lightstreamer doesn't seem to have a linux version, so I'm wondering if the python is running on linux. I really can't face windows.

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    Server-side Lightstreamer can work on both Linux and Windows systems, and in any other system for which a jvm implementation is available.

    On the client-side, we have several client libraries specific to various systems and technologies.
    While for Python I confirm that it is available for different OS, including Linux.

  7. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by giuseppe.corti View Post
    On the client-side, we have several client libraries specific to various systems and technologies.
    While for Python I confirm that it is available for different OS, including Linux.
    Oh? I'm confused, I must have missed it. If there is a .deb that I can install, or if it's in a repository, could you please post a link? My intention is to use python on a linux mint system to connect to IG, who seem to require lightstreamer for streaming data.

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    For the Python language, we do not have an official client library, but you can refer to this project on GitHub, as a starting point for your client-side developments:
    https://github.com/Lightstreamer/Lig...-client-python

    Hope that helps.
    Giuseppe

  9. #79
    Yes, thank you. But this implies that you have an official client library for, perhaps, C/C++? Where's that?

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    There are several client libraries available for various technologies: Javascript (Web and NodeJS), JVM (Java Se, Android), Apple (iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS), .NET (.NET PCL, Unity).
    You can find them by looking inside our distribution (https://lightstreamer.com/download/#ls71).
    But to find out which of these and which versions are supported by IG, you should check their streaming API page.

 

 

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