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Cannot subscript to chart tick. Over session limit.


Guest JLee

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Hi,

I tried to subscript to chart tick. However the call returns me "Allowed session count reached" as below. 

Attempting connection to Lightstreamer
Lightstreamer connection status: CONNECTING
Lightstreamer connection status: DISCONNECTED
Lightstreamer error: 7 message: Allowed session count reached
 

I have killed my application already. My question is how can I remove the old session?

Thanks,

Joe

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Currently I am also encountering the same problem :
Lightstreamer error: 7 message: Allowed session count reached.

I found this thread on the Internet:
https://forums.lightstreamer.com/showthread.php?2685-error-7-Allowed-number-of-session-reached

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It said:
The Lightstreamer server when runs in DEMO mode allows as many as 20 concurrent sessions. When you try to create the 21st session you get the reported error message.
A full Production license (as well as the Evaluation license) has no limit on concurrent users. 

Can one of IG Tech Support staff confirmed this, is LightStreamer for our Demo account run in Evaluation license mode or Demo mode?

I have been testing using Demo account for a month but never encountered this problem until today, so I suspect there is some 'configuration' error.

 

 

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Guest UncyStu

I'm having the same issue.

Just to clarify, is this error generated because the concurrent session limit has been reached?  If so, how do we go about killing the inactive/abandoned sessions?   Do they eventually time out by themselves?  If so, after how long?

Or is the session limiting the number of sessions that can be established within a certain period of time?  In which case what are the parameters of the limitation?

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