Currently I have a successful API access using the football example and it works like a charm. I am able to collect and display the data I need. the one issue i have is the keepalive of the stream. There are warnings about consumption which i can adjust for, but the PHP script/API I am using has a few restrictions I am trying to work around. the data stream I am collecting needs to remain persistent for hours at a time, but it appears that PHP either server side, or in broswer settings have a timeout value that I have been unable to supoercede.
when not outputting data to the browser I get an "500 internal server error), I presume due to browser timeout.
When outputting the basic data on the browser to keep the session active it fairly reliably times out after 45 minutes of activity.
Is there a way to keep the PHP API access running for an extended time without interruption (aside from standard API reported errors)?
Any help would be apprecaited. I have tried the following:
- No browser output and a 30 minute "header refresh" in the PHP results in a timeout on browser after 5 min., but script runs for 20 min. in background anyway
- Output simple data to the broswer (i.e. '...') when "onInteraction" triggers this keeps the browser active but times out after 45 minutes