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​Do you need to close the request when you make a snap shot request or the API itself closes the request after delivering the data? (from WebSocket API Webinar Nov 29)

Do you need to close the request when you make a snap shot request or the API itself closes the request after delivering the data?

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No, you do not need to close a snapshot request. When making a snapshot (Non-streaming) request, the Elektron WebSocket API will automatically close the stream once completed.

This question was first asked in an Introduction to the Elektron WebSocket API webinar (29th of Nov). Please see here: Introduction to the Elektron WebSocket API

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