From the continuous query point of view it does not matter if
'existing-state-events' are queued for a while as long as they are
delivered _before_ the 'online' events. For CQ we do not care to make
them distinguishable, but we do want this order!
Other use cases might have different needs (probably more relaxed), but
this is the minimal for CQ.
On 02/22/2018 11:09 AM, Radim Vansa wrote:
> Currently remote events caused by includeCurrentState=true are not
> guaranteed to be delivered before the operation completes; these are
> only queued on the server to be sent but not actually sent over wire.
> Do we want any such guarantee? Do we want to add to make events from
> current state somehow distinguishable from the 'online' ones?
> Given all the non-reliability with listeners failover I don't think this
> is needed, but I'll rather check in the crowd.
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