Is there some public holiday I'm missing? Nobody seems to be posting these days...
Anyway, I have a service on linebuttons. If I update the service's address and then update the subscriptions, the phones still make a request to the old address when you press the linebutton. If you go through the services menu instead.
On those phones that have a fixed owner, a phone reset does the trick, on those that have em, I effectively have to log out and login again.
I realize making new/cancelling subscriptions requires a new login/logout but changing an existing service? Shouldn't that just be a link to the telecasterservice table so with each request the most up-to-date address is looked up in the database?
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