Even if an observable might go through multiple intermediate values, only the latest value is used to update its dependencies.
To facilitate this, all notifications become asynchronous, scheduled using the Knockout microtask queue.
I recently met with a client who wanted a high-availability and disaster-recovery solution.
The client company's DBA had no practical experience supporting SQL Server high-availability solutions (including replication), so the client wanted a solution that would be simple to configure and support.
If this has no effect, please try clearing the cache using the steps below. Ensure Origin is fully closed by clicking the Origin Menu and selecting Exit.2.Change User Account Control Settings then pop the slider to the top?Then shut down Origin and restart it, and see if you get any notifications?function App View Model(type) ko.options.defer Updates = true; var vm Deferred = new App View Model('deferred'); ko.options.defer Updates = false; var vm Standard = new App View Model('standard'); ko.apply Bindings([vm Standard, vm Deferred]); properties are later changed.This is very simple and elegant (and it’s trivial to add yet more observable query parameters that also trigger a refresh automatically whenever they change), but there is a potential efficiency problem.