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MongoDB synchronicity question

If I do:


player.SetSegment ("A", "Low");


and immediately after:


var segments = player.getSegments ();


1) I'm guaranteed to get { "A": "Low" } in segments, right? It's this way in my tests, but I just wanted to make sure that this is a guarantee and MongoDB won't handle the request asynchronously in some cases. 


2) Also, the same question, for the case of a random MongoDB update command on a runtime collection.



Thanks,

Baris


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Hey Baris,

This is the behavior you can expect from your question above so please let us know if you notice a problem with it.

Thanks,
Sean

 


Hi Baris,


In both cases I believe the answer is yes.
Will investigate further.


Thanks,


Oisin

Thanks Oisin, a definitive answer would be great. 

I use things like "var segments = player.getSegments ();" in modules, so that the module is independent of the script using the module, but I always worry about this a bit.

Answer
Hey Baris,

This is the behavior you can expect from your question above so please let us know if you notice a problem with it.

Thanks,
Sean

 

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