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What is the current Lightstreamer server version in use?





I'm try to play with new official LIghtstreamer Python client lib and it fails with "Cause: 65 - Unsupported protocol version". My best guess is that's happening because the SDK requires server version 7.2.0, whilst IG has something older. Could you please confirm what's the current server version, and if it's lower than 7.2.0 is there a plan for upgrade?




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Hi, @OfentseIG, thanks, I did. 

There are some subtilties and the page require a few update on the Python side.

1 st point, now Lightstreamer does support a python library (yeahhh) but... Ig Lightstreamer server does not support it (looks like licensing version issue - time to update?)

2. Then now the python sample in github is actually leveraging the standard python in the main branch. https://github.com/Lightstreamer/Lightstreamer-example-StockList-client-python/blob/master/src/stock_list_demo.py

and so at the moment, this does not work with IG.

3. BUT, We are not out of luck! If you are looking for the python code which enable txt connection to the lightstreamer server, you can still use the old version of the python sample, just reference the actual old branch:





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