How to use the dotcms.websocket.disable function in dotcms

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github dotCMS / core-web / projects / dotcms-js / src / lib / core / dotcms-config.service.spec.ts View on Github external
service.getConfig().subscribe((configResponse: ConfigParams) => {
            const mock: ConfigParams = {
                colors: configParams.config.colors,
                emailRegex: configParams.config['emailRegex'],
                license: configParams.config.license,
                menu: undefined,
                paginatorLinks: configParams.config['dotcms.paginator.links'],
                paginatorRows: configParams.config['dotcms.paginator.rows'],
                websocket: {
                    websocketReconnectTime:
                        configParams.config.websocket['dotcms.websocket.reconnect.time'],
                    disabledWebsockets: configParams.config.websocket['dotcms.websocket.disable']
                }
            };
            expect(configResponse).toEqual(mock);
            done();
        });
    });

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