RE: [twsocket] HELP with NTLM authentication

2005-03-18 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 18-Mar-05 00:24:39 Albert Wiersch wrote: [...] When I try it, I get a page back titled You are not authorized to view this page. When I switch the server to accepting basic authentication, it works. I bet that you are using an old release of ICS. The NTLM is present in the release of this

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client: what about posting zero bytes ?

2005-03-21 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Anyone has complained that he cannot send an empty data using the POST or PUT method? Well, I have one of my apps that doesn't work in some wases: when data to send is empty. And it is perfectly OK for the app to have a post with empty data. And

Re: [twsocket] Fw: ICS : solution for iPlanet Web Proxy Server

2005-04-13 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 12-Apr-05 19:26:33 Francois PIETTE wrote: - Original Message - From: a bloms [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 7:41 AM Subject: ICS : solution for iPlanet Web Proxy Server [...] The reason of the problem is the following : RFC

[twsocket] HttpCli and the 404 status code

2005-04-17 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, I noticed that the HttpCli component return the 404 status code not only when the server return this code but even under different situations. For example when it is unable to resolve the hostname or when wsocket raise an error (please correct me if I'm wrong). This is a problem because

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli and the 404 status code

2005-04-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Probably a solution could be to expose the FRequestDoneError field. The status code should be meaningful only if FRequestDoneError=0. You mean reporting 10060 (and others) to the error field ? If you mean FRequestDoneError yes. Yes, probably

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli and the 404 status code

2005-04-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Probably a solution could be to expose the FRequestDoneError field. The status code should be meaningful only if FRequestDoneError=0. I verifyed and actually the OnRequestDone error reflect the winsock error ! Who use sync operation will get an

[twsocket] Problem in the HttpCli authentication

2005-04-24 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, I discovered that the HttpCli authentication has a serious problem. When both the host and the proxy requiring an authentication then an endless loop will generated (a sort of ping pong between 407 and 401 status). I'm working for a fix and will send it to Francois when ready. Bye,

[twsocket] Overwriting of HttpCli properties

2005-04-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, while I'm working on the fix for the authentication I would like to remove one think that I don't like. The component will overwrite the Username and Password properties when an user and a password is specified in the url. The problem is that when the user set another url without user

RE: [twsocket] Overwriting of HttpCli properties

2005-04-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Tibor Csonka [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, In my oppinion username and(or) passwords in the url are really useless to implement. Think about Internet Explorer which inhibed this also. It is already implemented so since long time, and I think this is not limited to the http url.

Re: [twsocket] Overwriting of HttpCli properties

2005-04-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 28-Apr-05 07:56:34 Francois Piette wrote: Maybe a problem with my bad english :-( If your english is bad, what I must say of my english? ;-) I read your message twice and don't understand. The changed behaviour you describe is the curent behaviour. The point is that actually the username

Re: [twsocket] Overwriting of HttpCli properties

2005-04-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 28-Apr-05 18:32:19 Corey Murtagh wrote: Francois Piette wrote: Maybe a problem with my bad english :-( I read your message twice and don't understand. The changed behaviour you describe is the curent behaviour. What Maurizio is basically saying is that the component should get the username

Re: [twsocket] Problem in the HttpCli authentication

2005-04-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 24-Apr-05 23:58:10 Maurizio Lotauro wrote: Hello, I discovered that the HttpCli authentication has a serious problem. When both the host and the proxy requiring an authentication then an endless loop will generated (a sort of ping pong between 407 and 401 status). Update: the problem appear

[twsocket] How secure is the NTLM authentication?

2005-05-05 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, I made some authentication test with the THttpCli component. I use Ethereal to see what the component send and receive. With my big surprise, when the component made an authentication using NTLM, Ethereal show me the credential as clear text!!! At this point the question is: the NTLM is

Re: [twsocket] How secure is the NTLM authentication?

2005-05-07 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 06-May-05 08:54:32 Marcello Vezzelli wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: Hello, I made some authentication test with the THttpCli component. I use Ethereal to see what the component send and receive. With my big surprise, when the component made an authentication using NTLM, Ethereal show me

Re: [twsocket] New release published

2005-05-24 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-May-05 22:17:34 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] - The FtpCli version is not changed - The WSocket version is not changed - The WSocketS version is not changes I think they have all 3 changed very slightly. It seems to me that usually you bumped the version when something is changed in

Re: [twsocket] Latest revision May, '05 entering URLs

2005-05-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Bob Herbst [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello Francois, I am doing some updating of my programs and I ask is there something that I am doing wrong? I tried http://132.163.4.102:13 and what I see in the browser is in the header. This is why it seems that you don't receive anything. Bye,

[twsocket] Feedback for fixed version of HttpCli component

2005-05-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, someone has made some test with the fixed version of the HttpCli component that Francois put in his web page? Any feedback is needed (negative or positive) to evaluate if this version is reliable or not. TIA Bye, Maurizio. -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket

[twsocket] Interface used to reach a specific IP

2005-05-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, when a PC has more than one IP address (more than one NIC, one NIC and an active connection with the modem, ...) is it possible to detect through which local IP will be used to reach a specific IP address? In other words, which gateway will be used for a remote IP? Bye, Maurizio. --

RE: [twsocket] Interface used to reach a specific IP

2005-05-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive zayin [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, If you are sending the command you can bind to a NIC. If you are not binding, then the address of the NIC can be a clue as to which one will be used. What I need is to know which connection will be used for a specific ip address to read the associated

Re: [twsocket] Re : Latest revision May, '05 entering URLs

2005-05-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 28-May-05 23:04:13 Bob Herbst wrote: [...] The ICS HttpGet with or without the http:// (new updated version 26 May 2005), still does not show the browser output: Received 0 bytes. Do you saw my post? The result is in the header and not in the received stream. Bye, Maurizio. -- To

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client component with gzip compression

2005-06-09 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm only read the changes in the code. IIRC you sayd in the past that you don't like to have code based on external dll. Yes, still the same. But this is the first step. The next step is to use delphi code instead of the DLL. There are zlib

Re: [twsocket] HttpSrv: implementing NTLM

2005-06-18 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 11-Jun-05 14:13:41 Francois PIETTE wrote: Is there someone willing to implement NTLM authentication into HTTP server component ? If no other has offered yourself I can help you in this but only if you have a documentation how to it should work. Otherwise I have no idea how to start it. Bye,

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client component with gzip compression

2005-06-18 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 09-Jun-05 07:32:15 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] If you want I can try to add a logic similar to the one that I made for authentication (I'm not speaking of the fix). You mean a class to encapsulate the compression feature ? Well, why not ? I looked into the changes but they are some steps

Re: [twsocket] HttpSrv: implementing NTLM

2005-06-22 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 21-Jun-05 08:13:21 Francois Piette wrote: Yes, and now I partially know how the client works internally. But I never worked on the source of the server, so I should first learn how it works internally. It's quite simple. Each client has his own TWSocket instance. This reduce the problem to

Re: [twsocket] HttpSrv: implementing NTLM

2005-06-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Jun-05 07:40:28 Francois Piette wrote: As you can see the server must at least generate the Challenge when speak with an ICS client, and keep it to elaborate the Message3. While from the client side we are free to set flags and fields with specific values, the server should be able to

[twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-06-30 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Hello, I finally get some time to check the changes proposed to handle the gzip content encoding. First I think that it should be better not to add specific gzip handling but a generic class to handle the content encoding, using a registration machanism for each encoding, like what happen with

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-11 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 11-Jul-05 19:23:20 Francois PIETTE wrote: Welcome back Francois :-) a) where is the best place to decode the received stream? Xavier do this in the GetBodyLineNext when the end of document is reached. I think decoding should be done on the fly. What do you mean? Data should be decoded

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-14 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Before start, I get your answer from the archive of this ML because it seems that my ISP has lost a whole day of emails :( On 12-Jul-05 02:41:45 Francois PIETTE wrote: a) where is the best place to decode the received stream? Xavier do this in the GetBodyLineNext when the end of document is

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-15 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]: So we should consider both. But there is a potential problem. The RFC stated that more that one encoding can be applied to the body. We can have then a mixed situation. Two compression applied one after the other or one compression for a part of

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client component and document encoding

2005-07-21 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: class function THttpContentCoding.GetCoding: String; const BASE_CLASS_NAME = 'THttpContentCoding'; begin if Pos(BASE_CLASS_NAME, ClassName) = 1 then Result := Copy(ClassName, Length(BASE_CLASS_NAME), MAXINT) else Result := 'Unknown';

Re: [twsocket] Proxy authorization in HTTPCli

2005-07-23 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Jul-05 14:36:18 GSE Sas wrote: Yes is last version. Actually I don't use Proxy username and password because I don't where I can find this data!! Try user and password used to login into windows. Bye, Maurizio. -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli StatusCode = 0 causes problems

2005-07-25 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Jul-05 17:04:48 Merijn Terheggen wrote: I noticed some behavior of HttpCli that caused me a LOT of headaches before I discovered what was going on and made a work-around. [...] Are you using the original HttpCli or an inherited version made by you? Bye, Maurizio. -- To unsubscribe or

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-25 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 24-Jul-05 12:01:55 Xavier Le Bris wrote: Hello, A contribution to compression with gzip and some answers to Maurizio's questions : It is a good idea to put the whole stuff in another unit. a/ The site 'http://www.pipeboost.com/' works today for me in T_HttpCliGz. If not, check if zlib.dll

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 26-Jul-05 20:37:54 Xavier Le Bris wrote: Hello, Hello, [...] FGzTime is necessary, not for me, but for anyone who wants to choose the best compression level/time ratio. I think that this is the job for a test application, not for the component. You can use OnBeforeHeaderSend and OnDocEnd.

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 26-Jul-05 17:47:41 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] We already talked about RcvdCount. Yes, but we haven't still get a conclusion :-) I think I said that RcvdCount that a choice has to be made and Ithat I have no defitive answer. The idea is to break as less as possible existing code. RcvdCount

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli StatusCode = 0 causes problems

2005-07-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 26-Jul-05 09:31:34 Merijn Terheggen wrote: Yes, I'm using the original client. Also the latest version. Don't you get the same results when you add a LocationChange event handler and set breakpoints in both the LocationChange and the RequestDone event handlers? What are you doing in these

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli StatusCode = 0 causes problems

2005-07-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Merijn Terheggen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm trying to write a spider that collects web pages. In the LocationChange event, I check the properties of the new location. For instance: Ok, nothig strange that can interact with the message queue. Francois, I reproduced the problem using

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [...] I doubt that RcvdCount could be used to allocate storage. The body data will be put into RcvdStream that is a stream, and normally a stream is able to allocate the storage itself. RcvdStream is not the only way to get data from the

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: RcvdStream is not the only way to get data from the component. Some (many ?) applications sue OnDocData event to get data on the fly. In that case the decompression should be made completly by the application, or should we add some

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-07-27 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 27-Jul-05 18:59:30 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] If decompression is done on the fly (streaming, we already talked about this), then nothing special is required. The decompression will be made only if RcvdStream is assigned. That is not needed. The decompression can be made always. If

Re: [twsocket] [OT] OverByte Home

2005-07-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 27-Jul-05 19:05:28 Francois PIETTE wrote: Well, something went wrong with the attached document. I've uploaded it at: http://www.overbyte.be.arch/OverByteHome.kmz (This is a kind of hyperlink for Google Earth). This doesn't work for me. Bye, Maurizio. -- To unsubscribe or change your

Re: [twsocket] Adding gzip to HttpCli

2005-08-01 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 30-Jul-05 01:54:44 Maurizio Lotauro wrote: On 28-Jul-05 08:34:58 Francois Piette wrote: Do you want that the data passed to OnDocData is decompressed? Yes I do. Are you really sure? Ok Ok, I'll try to do it :-) Done. Now I have some points that I would like to discuss. a) Exception

Re: [twsocket] HttpSrv: implementing NTLM

2005-08-12 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 08-Aug-05 19:08:36 Francois PIETTE wrote: Another interesting link is this one: http://codecentral.borland.com/Item.aspx?id=16213 It contains code to validate usercode/password on a Windows domain. It is a Delphi translation of the code in the article:

[twsocket] HttpCli content encoding

2005-08-12 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
I repost some points to discuss: a) Exception in THttpContentCoding.GetCoding method This method is called indirectly during the initialization. It seems that this is not the best moment to raise an exception. When run from Delphi, if the Stop on Delphi exception is not enabled, the developer see

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli content encoding

2005-08-14 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 13-Aug-05 08:46:47 Francois PIETTE wrote: Thank Francois for your answer. I hope other people will partecipate to this discussion. a) Isn't it possible to defer call to THttpContentCoding.GetCoding until it is really needed so that exceptions are raise at that time ? I made some changes, now

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli content encoding

2005-08-16 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 15-Aug-05 10:52:10 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] b.1) There is already a property Options which is a set of properties. It is better to extent this set. First, I mention record but I mean object. Usually I don't use anymore a set for a property mainly for two reasons. The first is that set

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli: Opinion wanted !

2005-08-16 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 16-Aug-05 14:21:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: If you don't understand what we are talking about, please ask some questions to clarify. There are no stupid question, only people afraid to ask. I've not taken much notice of this because: 1 - the authentication change to

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli: Opinion wanted !

2005-08-16 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 16-Aug-05 16:30:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: 1. Your choice. You have now the opportunity to be sure the new version doesn't break existing code, specially yours. No, it's the job of the person introducing the changes to make sure the component is backward compatible,

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli: Opinion wanted !

2005-08-17 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 17-Aug-05 10:32:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: How do you think that all we heavily tested for weeks if nobody, except the developer(s), made any test? I only have a single development environment, and I need to be able to produce bug fix versions of several applications at

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli content encoding

2005-08-17 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 17-Aug-05 15:17:26 Guillaume MAISON wrote: [...] Hi Maurizio (and others), Hi Guillaume, i'm sorry but i've crashed my old mail reader. :-( Could it be possible to send back the overall design pattern used for the content encoding extension ? It is very easy to understand if you know how

Re: [twsocket] R: HttpCli: Opinion wanted !

2005-08-17 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 17-Aug-05 14:54:56 Francois Piette wrote: [...] The opinion I want to hear is about the design decisions that need to be done about the HTTP client component supporting compression. See Maurizio messages and answer to the technical questions he ask. Don't forget to answer to Set properties

[twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-23 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
About recent discussion of HttpCli changes, I made a reply (on topic) to three people: Angus, Guillaume and Francois. I received my posts and see they in the archive of elists, but I never get a reply and none are present in the archive. Is it a problem of the ML or all want drop the discussion?

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-23 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Aug-05 19:54:50 Francois PIETTE wrote: I haven't noticed any problem with the list. I have noticed that it is very difficult to have people actively participating in development :-(( Unfortunately, most people here are interested in using ICS but not developping it. Sometimes it is easier

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-23 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Aug-05 19:39:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: About recent discussion of HttpCli changes, I made a reply (on topic) to three people: Angus, Guillaume and Francois. I received my posts and see they in the archive of elists, but I never get a reply and none are present in

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-24 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Anyway, I would like to close this enhancement. What I absolute need is to decide about how add the new parameters. I spoke about the problemd with sets and VFI, i.e. Visual Form Inheritance. Should I explain what kind of problem is? Do you know

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-24 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd [EMAIL PROTECTED]: So you get it. Can you keep it and read when you have better time? I've already said I will try to test your HTTP component when I have the time, but that I will not use anything with a DLL, which is what the zip I

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-25 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Guillaume MAISON [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Francois PIETTE a écrit : [...] I want that the two new properties be added to the Options property. Names: httpoEnableContentCoding and httpoUseQuality i'm wondering about the utility of such properties. Why not use the ContentCoding and

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-25 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 24-Aug-05 22:13:53 Gunnar wrote: The problem is that a set is practically a single value. That's not a problem! Yes it is when you use the VFI. Take for example the TFont.Style property. If you set the bold in an inherited form then in the dfm you will see Font.Style = [fsBold]. Now if

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-25 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 24-Aug-05 19:28:11 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] I think this behaviour is the normal expected behaviour of the way inheritance work. Yes and no. The feedback using the OI is that you change a single property value, but effectly you change the value of a single bit. [..] In either case

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 26-Aug-05 09:05:35 Guillaume MAISON wrote: Maurizio Lotauro a écrit : i'm wondering about the utility of such properties. Why not use the ContentCoding and Quality within the ContentCoding component and let the HttpCli use it only when its ContentCoding property is assigned. ContentCoding

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 28-Aug-05 20:07:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: a) use the new httpcli to verify if it still works as before, i.e. it doesn't break your code (no gzip nor dll involved) The 5 June version does seem to be backward compatible, without {$DEFINE Xlb_GzHttp}. Huu??? No no, this

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
? There are a snipped of messages from Francois in this mailing list: 8 Subject: [twsocket] HTTP client component and document encoding Date: 21 Jul 2005 17:15:19 GMT Maurizio Lotauro is working on the HTTP client component to extend the work already done by Xavier Le Bris (gzip support

Re: [twsocket] How reliable is this mailing list?

2005-08-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 29-Aug-05 09:11:37 Guillaume MAISON wrote: Maurizio Lotauro a écrit : I'm not sure that I understood what you mean. Can you elaborate? :-) Well to make it simple : [...] or, as for what happens with TBitmap, TJpeg, etc... this can be registered within initialization of the unit

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli StatusCode = 0 causes problems

2005-09-22 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 22-Sep-05 14:12:39 Francois Piette wrote: The best is that you try the latest version, both the latest released version and the beta version Maurizio has done (both available from ICS page at my website). I doubt that the beta solve this problem because the changes are in a different part of

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli StatusCode = 0 causes problems

2005-09-22 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 22-Sep-05 11:47:42 Albert Wiersch wrote: Hello, I am having a problem using THttpCli and redirected links. It appears similar to this issue I am replying to, probably the same issue. It seems OnRequestDone is being called twice when I try to get a link that is redirected. Has this been

Re: [twsocket] THttpCli and redirected links bug - continued

2005-09-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 27-Sep-05 22:56:55 Albert Wiersch wrote: [...] I have reproduced this problem in my application using this link provided by a user: http://net1test.rhmware.com/marketingprimer I have worked around this issue by clearing RcvdStream when the LocationChange event is called using: if

Re: [twsocket] HttpTst demo problem (BandwidthControl)

2005-10-06 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Arno Garrels [EMAIL PROTECTED]: By default UseBandwidthControl is defined in the project options. Arno, the BandWidth properties are actually only in the SSL version. Bye, Maurizio. This mail has been sent using Alpikom webmail

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-13 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Arno Garrels [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, It's the first time I use the HttpCli component (I'm disappointed). Basic authorization after basic proxy-authorization does not work (infinite loop). NTLM authorization in combination with basic proxy-authorization does not work. NTLM

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-13 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 13-Oct-05 15:33:48 Arno Garrels wrote: Francois Piette wrote: [...] You can apply it to the version in ICS-SSL V4. Those not using ICS-SSL may use the beta already available from my website. That's a good idea, I'll test it hard ;-) Maurizio, can you please send me a copy, so I can add

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-13 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 13-Oct-05 15:33:39 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] It is a know issue. I already fix it and a corrected version of httpcli is on the ics site as beta. Good to know, I was going to waste my time fixing it myself (not easy). Don't remaind me, it needed two weeks of work

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-14 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Arno Garrels [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] Just tested you code, so far it is working smoothly, good job! Thank you :-) However, I changed the string-type of new properties ServerAuth as well as ProxyAuth to a new custom type: THttpAuthType = (httpAuthNone

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-15 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 14-Oct-05 16:32:53 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] No please keep they as string for two reasons: - if someone implement another authentication in an inherited compnent he/her must change HttpProt.pas to add a new item to the set Hmm, but that's how it is done in ICS

Re: [twsocket] HttpCli - autorization - proxy - bugs

2005-10-16 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 16-Oct-05 07:29:49 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: Can you explain what happen? Because you get the loop problem I imagine that your situation is: - the client request an URI - the proxy answer with a 407 code - the client authenticate to the proxy and start the SSL

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client relocation

2005-11-18 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 17-Nov-05 20:00:16 Francois PIETTE wrote: The question is: Should the HTTP client component implement this relative path removal algorithm ? If it is formally valid yes. But it could be tricky to do because sometimes the relative path could be a little strange :-) And the problem that Angus

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client relocation

2005-11-19 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 19-Nov-05 09:59:28 Francois PIETTE wrote: The question is: Should the HTTP client component implement this relative path removal algorithm ? If it is formally valid yes. But it could be tricky to do because sometimes the relative path could be a little strange :-) Can you give and example

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-19 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 19-Nov-05 19:48:43 Francois PIETTE wrote: Am I right in thinking the HTTP compression stuff has not yet made it into a released ICS? Indeed. It was out of my head. I should re-read the last messages published with that subject... If you need any help to refresh your memory I'm there :-)

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client relocation

2005-11-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 20-Nov-05 11:04:30 Francois PIETTE wrote: The question is: Should the HTTP client component implement this relative path removal algorithm ? If it is formally valid yes. But it could be tricky to do because sometimes the relative path could be a little strange :-) Can you give and example

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 20-Nov-05 12:10:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: [...] I'm vaguely planning on adding ZLIB compression to the FTP client and server (which FileZilla supports) and that will need a proper ZLIB components using C OBJ files, once that is done HttpProt can use the same stuff. I

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 20-Nov-05 12:25:37 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] As the compression is encapsulated in the HttpProt component, one could use anything it likes for actual compression library with minimal effort. It is not mandatory to use any DLL. My first idea was to validate the code using any compressions

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 20-Nov-05 10:55:56 Francois PIETTE wrote: [...] I wonder if we shouldn't simply push the compression code into that beta. This is probably the only way to have people really testing it (well beside pushing it into the release). Anyone having any opinion about that ? I fully agree with you

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-20 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 20-Nov-05 14:59:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: [...] The Borland VCL uses OBJ files for it's TCustomZlibStream class in Delphi 7 and later (and for JPEG images), so if it's good enough for them, it should be good enough for us. That's what I'll try and use, although I might

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-21 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Fastream Technologies [EMAIL PROTECTED]: - Original Message - From: Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org Sent: Monday, November 21, 2005 9:42 AM Subject: Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression I don't know the FTP component, maybe what

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-21 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Guillaume MAISON [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [...] i do agree to say that using zlib or any other compression method has more its place within a demo (why not write a special demo for using compression with http based upon any of the actual demo, but named specifically HttpCompression - for

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-21 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 21-Nov-05 12:15:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: [...] If the new component needs external code adding to actually decompress a page, we are effectively no further forward than several years ago, and I'd just ignore any new attempt to add compression and use my old code,

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-22 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Fastream Technologies [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [...] The server then starts compression (deflate works by packet-by-packet way) I see that some ftp program can download a .gz version of a file. This is a different think, right? Bye, Maurizio.

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-24 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 24-Nov-05 21:05:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: I've merged your HttpProt changes into the latest version, and added the LocationChangeMaxCount feature to prevent endless relocation looping. Do you mean latest release, ICS beta or ICS-SSL? The component is backward

Re: [twsocket] HTTP compression

2005-11-26 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 25-Nov-05 10:03:07 Dan wrote: [...] Has Francois considered using CVS or something similar for ICS? Could come in very handy, you could maintain the normal and SSL branches and could merge fixes across both. The standard ICS and SSL version share the same code. The specific SSL parts are in

Re: [twsocket] Http proxy problem

2005-11-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 27-Nov-05 10:55:08 Paul wrote: Hi Maurizio, Anohter question. Is there involved an authentication? Yes, it is and the user is requested to enter the proxy username and password. The proxyname and port are auto-detect. Are you using HTTP 1.0 or 1.1? If the client doesn't keep alive the

Re: [twsocket] UserManager component

2005-11-29 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 28-Nov-05 09:21:48 Arno Garrels wrote: Hello, I'm actually writing a simple user manager component that I would like to contribute to ICS. The component makes use of classes TCollection/TCollectionItem to realize a tree-structure. A user group contains accounts, accounts may have parameters.

Re: [twsocket] Problem with THttpCli

2005-12-01 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 30-Nov-05 15:21:24 Fastream Technologies wrote: Hello, I chose the second method (THttpCli) but the below code fails in a thread: [...] It gives no exception but throws ESocketError just after DNSLookup which is successful. I tried with www.intel.com and the IE works just fine from here.

Re: [twsocket] UserManager component

2005-12-01 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 30-Nov-05 08:19:53 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] Will they contains passwords? Yes, with an option to save the MD5-hash only. What is the purpose of the component? The target is server only or client too? [...] Are there alternatives? Why don't use the streaming

Re: [twsocket] UserManager component

2005-12-03 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 02-Dec-05 11:16:33 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: On 30-Nov-05 08:19:53 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] Will they contains passwords? Yes, with an option to save the MD5-hash only. What is the purpose of the component? The target is server only

Re: [twsocket] Chunked encoding with THttpCli

2005-12-08 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 03-Dec-05 12:56:55 Fastream Technologies wrote: Hello, Does THttpCli support chunked encoding? If so, how do we indicate we can accept it from server? The history say that it is introduced on December 28, 2003. Looking on the code it seems that there is no way to automatically add the

Re: [twsocket] WPAD protocol

2005-12-10 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 10-Dec-05 19:33:07 Paul wrote: No, this fine component from Maurizio detects proxy info from IE using WinInet Yes, but there is one point that is not clear to me, i.e. if the WinInet is installed as part of OS and IE use it, or if it is part of IE installation. It could be even possible that

Re: [twsocket] WPAD protocol

2005-12-11 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 11-Dec-05 10:47:05 Paul wrote: I found an interesting link. There is also a complete C program available using WinInet and WinHttp. Unfortunately, I don't know C :-( Paul http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wininet/wini net/autoproxy_support_in_wininet.asp Ehm,

Re: [twsocket] D7 compiler trouble

2005-12-23 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
On 23-Dec-05 18:57:05 Arno Garrels wrote: Maurizio Lotauro wrote: [...] But that error is on a dialog box instead on the message windows. In this case TForm1 is used in the dfm so probaly the compiler doesn't like the define around cleass declaration. I'm still using D5. I tried

Re: [twsocket] ICS-V6 files and classes naming

2005-12-28 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I renamed ICS-V6 files to have ICS files clearly identified. The consequence is that all source code using the component must be updated to change file names in their uses clause. This will not a big problem when it generate an error at compile

Re: [twsocket] ICS-V6 files and classes naming

2005-12-30 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: But I'm also not sure if this is good solution I'm still wondering. Renaming everything and cleaning up thing is of course very interesting for new users. But for existing users, it would require a lot of work converting their old code to the

Re: [twsocket] new year

2006-01-01 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Wilfried Mestdagh [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I wants to wish TeamICS, Francois, and the whole community a happy new year, good business in 2006 and most of all interesting projects :) Thanks Wilfried, you too and to all others people in this ML. Bye, Maurizio.

Re: [twsocket] HTTP client and NTLM

2006-01-07 Thread Maurizio Lotauro
Scrive Francois PIETTE [EMAIL PROTECTED]: A user reported having problem with a server handling badly NTLM. Using the option httpoNoNTLMAuth doesn't really disable NTLM. The user has derived a new class from the component and has added in the constructor FServerAuth = httpAuthBasic;

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