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AFAttribute.GetValue(AFTime) don't return the good value

Question asked by SBURNEL on May 22, 2019

Hi,

 

I have two treatments:

- one that runs at 10:45 to update an attribute with the attribute.setvalue (afvalue) function.

t another that runs at 10:50 to read the value of the attribute with the attribute.getvalue (aftime) function

Sometimes the value returned by the attribute.getvalue (aftime) function is not the value written by the 10:45 processing. This is the previous value. Do you think it is possible that when I perform the getvalue, the attribute is blocked / unavailable because of a setvalue that would be done. And so the getvalue would return a value that would be in a kind of buffer Have you ever had this problem ?

Thanks for your help.

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