I’m working to resolve an exception scenario I discovered during testing.
I’d like to be able to detect when there’s a comm loss between a perspective session (running on a PC) and the Gateway (on another PC). And then automatically switch to another page with messaging indicating there was a comms loss.
At present, when I disconnect the client from the network I see that there’s a small “No Connection to Gateway” banner that appears at the top. This presents two problems. 1) At a glance from a distance an operator may not notice this . 2) All existing states on the UI seem to be at their last state. It is problematic to display a system state that’s not necessarily true.
I know it’s problematic to run client side events/scripts as these execute on the gateway. Is there a way to display better (larger) messaging of a comms loss? Switch pages as I’d prefer? Or any other method to address client to gateway comm loss events?