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What is the reasoning behind load: and retryLoad: in the AGSLoadable protocol

Question asked by Linnart.Baeker on Dec 29, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 1, 2017 by Linnart.Baeker

If I download an AGSPortalItem via the load: method and the download fails (for example there is no network connectivity at that moment) I need to use the retryLoad: method on further download attempts for the same AGSPortalItem. Even if the network is back up, another load: call on the original PortalItem will always fail. I wonder what the design decision is behind this construct. Would't it be much easier to recheck network connectivity on all load: operations?