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Re: WHY: Same timestamp for two different records from two different sessions
Posted by: Kristijan Marin
Date: January 27, 2019 05:42AM

PETER!

I found it !!

God .... When a new message comes in, it is also inserted into the "dispatch queue" table ...
so that the system can send a notification to users about this new message
...
I have a flag AlreadyDispathed that "dispatch method " sets to 1 when the message notification is
sent out .... and by setting this flag to 1, triggered an update trigger that was setting lastupdate to
unix_timestamp ....

What I also found out is that unix_timestamp stays the same for the whole session...

and cause this "dispatch" method on the server takes "all" messages at once ...

they are all processed in the same "unix_timestamp" ...

And that's the reason for my problem.


Peter THANK YOU million times for your hints & suggestions that led me to the solution.

Have a great weekend.
Kris

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