Testing some Stratus apps, I've seen that if an user A makes subsequent calls (post, sendNearest) to user B, user B just get the first message.
This feature was probably implemented to avoid flooding by peers. Although I've got an application that has few peers, and this feature is not helping us.....
Is there a way to avoid this functionality ?
that behavior should not be the case for NetGroup.sendToNearest(). however, that's exactly what you would expect with NetGroup.post(), if you're sending identical messages. here is a quote from the ActionScript documentation for NetGroup.post():
All messages must be unique. A message that is identical to one posted earlier might not be propagated. Use a sequence number to make messages unique.
note that the uniqueness restriction is only for NetGroup.post(). NetGroup.sendToNearest() should let you send the same message as many times as you like.
Thanks for the clarifications and hint =D