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    Anonymous
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    Hi, I was looking for some example about checksum validation but I didn’t find nothing. My question is, where I should “turn on” the property of checksum and where the exception will be thrown (client or server)?.

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    Anonymous
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    We don’t have an example yet, we will consider adding one once we are finished with the new release. Hopefully early next week.

    To turn on checksum validation (using an MD5 checksum):

    NetworkComms.EnablePacketCheckSumValidation = true;

    If a packet is received that fails validation:

    1. If it’s payload size is less than NetworkComms.CheckSumMismatchSentPacketCacheMaxByteLimit, the packet is re-requested.
    2. If the payload is larger an error file (CompleteIncomingItemTaskError) is created on the server side.

    Hope that answers the question,
    Regards,
    Marc

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