Basically I've set up a work area that multiple users can access. When the user goes offline, he's welcome to continue working in the area, but is notified that his changes could create conflicts with other users. When the user's connection is restored, I need the local client to detect if user's changes can be applied cleanly or if the online room has diverged in the meantime. In the event it has diverged, the user could choose which changes to discard and which to merge, very similar to git's merge mechanism.
However, to accomplish this, I need to fetch the server state first, before applying user changes.
The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:
No, there's nothing built in for that mode of operation.
You might consider creating a new API endpoint (with a model that does not use dualstorage) that returns either a hash representing the room content or the room's last updated timestamp. When connectivity is restored or before pushing, ensure the room hasn't changed since its last known state. If it has, assume or check for conflict.