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    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    @Anshdesire The context object is created by express middleware - this won't be available on your socket as the middleware doesn't get executed. You could create a similar object yourself - use https://github.com/Azure/azure-mobile-apps-node/blob/master/src/express/middleware/createContext.js as a basis.
    Ghost
    @ghost~55e35bf20fc9f982beaf176a
    @danderson00 github wiki works great as a place for reference material to live. where i've seen that work for communities, topics for the wiki become readily apparent when they are asked about repeatedly in chat
    but chat is really important until the reference material is filled in, because it takes some back-and-forth discussion to come to an understanding of what the fundamental problems/questions even are
    also much more natural for maintainers and community to update/evolve wiki pages over time vs stackoverflow
    Ghost
    @ghost~55e35bf20fc9f982beaf176a
    sending requests to /.auth/login/aad, i'm ending up with the browser stuck in the oauth flow at login.microsoftonline.com, waiting for a response from the POST to /.auth/login/aad/callback. after 2-3 min, the browser displays 500 - The request timed out.. I have all logging enabled, but see nothing after Received request: POST https://mytenant.azurewebsites.net/.auth/login/aad/callback in the app service "Log Stream"
    how can i troubleshoot this?
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    @ephemorality hehe more auth stuff. I'm not sure how to get more diagnostic info, something is definitely hanging in the EasyAuth side of things. Sure your config is good? Post on stackoverflow or the MSDN forums. They have competitions for the most questions answered, so you should get a quick response.
    something about those forums is just...not nice. would be awesome if you could invite the people who respond to questions there to be active here as well
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Hey @danderson00 - thinking we should add fixes for the three open bugs to 4.0.0 before releasing it. Thoughts?
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Which ones?
    hehehe
    Theres only three
    one of them looks really simple (the fix for getIdentity() with custom domains)
    the "default to mssql" is probably just a tricky corner case - once located, it's likely to be small
    the third one is messy. Came over from the old days, so I don't have context
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Sounds reasonable, except #51.
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    thats the messy one :-)
    I suspect that upload just works, but we do the wrong thing with timezones when downloading
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    It might just work and we can just close it. I'll give it a quick test, but if not, it's not trivial, and unlikely to be a concern. We'll fix it when someone asks.
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Ok - I'll add the other 2 to the 4.0.0 milestone
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    I was just looking at time zones, there is a failing end to end test on .NET. There are some issues there, I thought just with seeding, but maybe more.
    I'm pretty sure it's not a big issue, we haven't had any reports.
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    We had one early on - I told him to use DateTimeOffset - he adjusted the column type and then never heard again
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Ah OK. We can add a workaround, but it would have to be manually applied by the user. We'll fix it if someone asks and can't change the column type.
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    As long as it produces a datetime in the same timezone as the region, I believe I'd be happy - it's deterministic at that point.
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Yeh, and that's pretty much what it does
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Close ity
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Closed. I'll rip the push stuff out tonight as well.
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Sounds good.
    Don't release until 12/16
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    No worries, there are a few other things to organise, the data service site extension, etc. What's happening on 12/16?
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Thats when the push service in app service gets fixed across the board
    I'd rather not get people trying this out and then complaining that push registration doesn't work
    I might just do some coding tomorrow myself. push registration with installations on iOS and Android seems relatively simple to do
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Yeh, it's easy. It's just the provider stuff that's a bit icky
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    Any feature requests you want to throw in 4.0.0 as quick wins?
    #493 and #304 seem small enough
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Nah. Maybe #290 since it was asked about, but it's not trivial. #493 is simple enough but dunno if it's a priority. #304 is a minor optimization.
    We can always do minor releases if there is demand
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    #290 is the multi-data source?
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Yeh
    Adrian Hall
    @adrianhall
    That would be useful for future plans for mobile center as well
    but hardly urgent
    @danderson00 i tried...
    for whatever reasons, those forums are just not conducive to productive discourse
    Dale Anderson
    @danderson00
    Unfortunately the response on MSDN sometimes comes from a less trained customer support rep, rather than an engineer. I should have just said stackoverflow - you're much more likely to get one of the actual engineers on the team responding.
    Ghost
    @ghost~55e35bf20fc9f982beaf176a
    yeah, btw looks like the azure mobile apps .net team is using github wiki for reference material: https://github.com/Azure/azure-mobile-apps-net-server/wiki