Thanks for the suggestion. However, I am already prepending the
message size on the C++ side in the line:
is there anything else that stands out to you?
thanks for any further help.
On Oct 13, 12:56 pm, Evan Jones <ev...@mit.edu> wrote:
> On Oct 13, 2010, at 15:13 , Paul wrote:
> > On the client side (in C++), I open a TCP socket connection on the
> > same port with the server's IP address. I serialize the message using
> > SerializeToCodedStream into an array using ArrayOutputStream. After
> > serializing it, I send it over the TCP connection using my sendTCP
> > method which uses C++ sockets.
> SerializeToCodedStream does *not* prepend the message size. The Java
> side is expecting that the message will start with the message length,
> so that is probably why you are getting parse errors. You need to do
> something like:
> Hope this helps,
> (as an aside: the C++ API really should have an equivalent to
> writeDelimitedTo and parseDelimited on the Java side).
> Evan Joneshttp://evanjones.ca/
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