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Note that we could perfectly well have exchanged the ticket in text form using ordinary file I/O, but pickling made it slightly more convenient. The client can now establish a connection by taking the offered package and unpacking it under the agreed-upon signature:
Mar 23, 2018 · The close function returns a promise that is resolved when the web server is successfully closed. The httpServer.close method stops new connections from being established, but it will not force already opened connections closed. Depending on how many connections are open and what they are doing, you might have to wait a bit for the callback to ...
Dec 24, 2020 · If establishing a connection does not succeed (e.g., a DNS, TCP, or TLS error), then return failure. If aborted, then: If connection is not null, then close connection. Return failure. Add connection to the user agent’s connection pool with key being key, origin being origin, and credentials being credentials. Return connection.
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In case of an error, the promise becomes rejected, and the execution should jump to the closest rejection handler. But there is none. So the error gets “stuck”. There’s no code to handle it. In practice, just like with regular unhandled errors in code, it means that something has gone terribly wrong.
Receiving end does not exist. polyfill.js:128 Uncaught (in promise) Error: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist. at polyfill.js:128 blazor.webassembly.js:1 Debugging hotkey: Shift+Alt+D (when application has focus) blazor.webassembly.js:1 blazor Loaded 9.43 MB resourcesThis application was built with linking (tree ...