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When i do requestBuffering() how can i know it's really buffering

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krushna
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HI I have initiated Buffering by OcapRecordingManager.requestBuffering() .
I wanted to know the requestBuffering is really buffering for the given service, Other than GetBufferingRequestS() how can i the service is really buffering?
Since the getBufferingRequests() will return all the buffering requests created.

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santoshcv
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LightweightTriggerSession::getBufferingRequest() is one way to know if buffering is going on a service.

pmodem
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My understanding is that since BufferingRequests are opportunistic and no events are generated by change in state of BufferingRequests there is really no way to know when a BufferingRequest is actually being serviced. I will look into it and post an answer here if there is a way..