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NetworkStream.DataAvailable returns false

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NetworkStream.DataAvailable occasionally returns false, even when the complete data has not arrived.
Is there any workaround for this issue.
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DataAvailable is not a blocking call like receive is.
It will return false if there is no data available at the precise moment it is called, it is therefore not a reliable method for determining if the remote client had finished sending.

You are better of using Receive() with a timeout and waiting for it to return 0 bytes or if data available returns false go into a timed loop that checks for data available for a given period (i.e. a timeout just like Receive()).
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