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Re: [ria-23] can flex see old remoting result?

From: John M.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 4:00 PM
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On 2/1/12 3:43 PM, Scott Talsma wrote:
I wanted to ping the group and see if anyone has seen something similar.  I have a Flex app that, via remoting, queries CF for courses that the user has completed, and returns them in XML format.

Every now and then (under 1% of the time), the application will not see the most recently completed course, which would have been marked as completed seconds earlier in the database.

I added some logging on the server and have confirmed that CF is seeing all the completed records, and sending them to Flex.  (I am writing the xml to a separate date-stamped log file for each user.)  However, Flex uses the xml that is saw from the previous iteration, so the user is sent down the same course again that they have already completed.

Which brings me to my question: Is it possible that Flex is seeing a [browser?] cached result?  Are there other explanations?

I have a copy of what the server is sending, and it is correct.  When the user refreshes their browser when this happens, the scenario rights itself, and the course is correctly recognized as completed.

I'll even throw a bounty at whoever comes up with the idea and leads to the correct solution; I've been fighting this for too long now, and have run out of ideas.


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