> Well, I definitely wasn't advocating that. IMHO you should be
> guaranteed the delivery of *some* notification, but possibly one
> containing less information than what was sent. Or you might get
> a notification when in fact none was sent. This should be okay
> for ordinary uses of NOTIFY, as long as such cases are infrequent
> (so that you don't waste many cycles checking for events that
> didn't happen).
Ok, that's good. Under what circumstances might I recieve less information?
I assume that the information might be truncated from the text argument, but
could you clarify?
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