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Communicating between workers

Explorer ,
Oct 29, 2013

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Communicating between workers

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It seems certain values like the "position" pointer in a shareable ByteArray isn't the syncronised to be the same across different workers. Is this expected..(ie. different worker domains have different position pointers). Is setting/getting "length" of the bytearray syncronoised to be the same across all workers? I assume so since it has to do with the raw byte data?

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 31, 2013

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I asked a developer and this is what he said:

"Yes. The length property of a shared bytearray will change the size of the shared bytearray’s backing store and this should update the value of that property in all worker domains the bytearray exists in.  All of the other properties are domain specific and do not have any influence on their counterparts in other domains, or are not 'synchronized'"

Hope this helps,

Randy Nielsen

Product Integration Manager, Creative Cloud Learning & Training

Adobe

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