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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)?.


    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,

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