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Jarrett Clark (Jarrett)
UnitedHealth Group

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Jarrett Member since 2017 19 posts
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Posted: May 23, 2017
Last activity: November 6, 2018
Posted: 23 May 2017 15:21 EDT
Last activity: 6 Nov 2018 20:02 EST
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How do you know when matching is complete?

Is there a way to know when matching is complete after using the rematch method?

We keep running into controls that do not automatically rematch when they are created or destroyed. To fix the matching, we use the rematch method. However, there seems to be know way of knowing when the runtime has stopped trying to match the control. We end up putting pauses of seemingly arbitray length immidiately after each rematch call.

I know matching is never truly complete. An event could cause a control to rematch. It seems though at some point, the runtime stops trying to match a control after using the rematch method. It does not try to rematch infinitely.

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