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QuestionWebsite And Service Using Real Time Data Feed PinmemberMember 8498734-Jul-12 5:34 
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Member 849873 wrote:
I have been given access to a data feed, which provides me with live, real time data. I need to cache this data and do some processing on it, and I can only create one connection to this service - it will block any subsequent attempts from the same IP. Therefore directly connecting via a website is not going to be feasible.

Let me rephrase that; you have a feed with data, and you can get the feed once. What does the word "realtime" do here?
 
Member 849873 wrote:
a back end service that retrieves the data

Once as you explained. Since it's a feed, there's no way to stay connected to that. Then what? Change your IP and fetch the feed with real-time data again?
 
Member 849873 wrote:
As the data is real time - the ability to update the web page in real time would also be desirable.

You mean that CHANGES made by an employer in record A should also change that employee-info "straight away", even while the manager is looking at the webpage?
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