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SODataOfflineStore does not refresh

Hi @Kenichi Unnai, as instructed I moved the question to the discussion section. I hope you can still help me out on this.

I have an iOS app with offline store up and running, however I have noticed that when I perform a refresh my data is not being updated even with a refresh success.

We have an offline store that pulls the initial data, within the data there is a property that contains the server timestamp. At the server end every time we access this property it will return the server's current timestamp.

However when I perform a refresh on the offline store I was expecting this timestamp property to be updated, but it hasn't. The only time when it gives me a new timestamp is if I delete the offline store and open it again.

1. Do you know why this maybe happening?

2. Is there anyway to see what has been brought down in a refresh?

Tested this with a rest client, I am able to receive the new data every time I make a request.

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 11:47 AM

    Okie, with the scenario described there is no reason that the timestamp data would not be refreshed as expected.

    Maybe you can share the server log after bumping the Offline and Proxy component log levels to DEBUG?

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