Re: [twsocket] new install in turbo Delphi 2006

2007-02-21 Thread info2004
Francois, OK. Fair enough. Regards, Andy Francois Piette wrote: Looking in the ReadMeV6beta.txt I go the impression that I should not have to change my code using this version of code. After install, my code complains at compile time that it can't find wsocket. Looking in the Vc32 dir,

[twsocket] TWSocket not connecting for me

2007-03-08 Thread info2004
Hi, I have a problem with TWSocket.State staying as wsConnecting after I try and connect. I am using a thread to execute an SQL query. For each result from this query, I connect to a remote server using the TWSocket, and send some data. That's the plan. In the Thread.Execute procedure, I

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket not connecting for me

2007-03-08 Thread info2004
SZ, Erm, I guess not. What do I need for that or where do I go to find out? Regards, Andy Fastream Technologies wrote: Do you have a message pump in the thread.execute? Regards, SZ - Original Message - From: info2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ICS support mailing twsocket

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket not connecting for me

2007-03-08 Thread info2004
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Re: [twsocket] TWSocket not connecting for me

2007-03-08 Thread info2004
thing is that there is a single action done in the thread. If you want parallel execution in the same thread, use async/events plus GetMessage of your own. Best Regards, SubZero - Original Message - From: info2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket not connecting for me

2007-03-08 Thread info2004
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[twsocket] Turbo Delphi, FastMM and V6beta question

2007-03-23 Thread info2004
Hi, I have installed Turbo Delphi 2006, OverbyteIcsV6beta.zip, and fastMM that I downloaded today. When I exit my program, fastMM is creating a log. A snip of which is: 2007/3/23 15:40:59 A memory block has been leaked. The size

Re: [twsocket] Turbo Delphi, FastMM and V6beta question

2007-03-25 Thread info2004
Arno, Arno Garrels wrote: info2004 wrote: Hi, I have installed Turbo Delphi 2006, OverbyteIcsV6beta.zip, and fastMM that I downloaded today. You do not need FastMM since it is already built-in BDS2006, that's most likely not different in the Turbos. I did not know that. In order

[twsocket] Which threaded server sample to use

2007-06-04 Thread info2004
Hi, I am using V6 beta with Turbo Delphi 2006. Can someone tell me which threaded server demo I should use as my base for an app please. MtSrv points you to ThrdSrv. ThrdSrv has ThrdSrv, V2 and V3. V2 works but does not like WM_TRIGGER_EXCEPTION. V3 complains at TWSocketThrdServer - not

Re: [twsocket] Which threaded server sample to use

2007-06-04 Thread info2004
Arno, Arno Garrels wrote: info2004 wrote: Hi, I am using V6 beta with Turbo Delphi 2006. Can someone tell me which threaded server demo I should use as my base for an app please. AFAIK none of the multi-threading demos is converted to V6 yet. ThrdSrv uses a design one thread per (client

Re: [twsocket] Register your ICS !

2007-06-20 Thread info2004
Francois Piette wrote: Please take time to register your ICS. See readme.txt for details (In short: you must mail a picture postcard to me). Contribute to the SSL Effort. Visit http://www.overbyte.be/eng/ssl.html -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] Author of ICS (Internet Component Suite, freeware)

[twsocket] What determines the number of concurrent connections?

2007-07-27 Thread info2004
Hi, I have written a server based on OverbyteIcsTcpSrv1.pas. If I test the original server(OverbyteIcsTcpSrv1.pas) I can make 100 connections to this server, send some data and then disconnect. When I test my server, as I run through the 1 to 100 connects, I start to get disconnects, and

Re: [twsocket] What determines the number of concurrent connections?

2007-07-27 Thread info2004
- Original Message - From: info2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 10:36 AM Subject: [twsocket] What determines the number of concurrent connections? Hi, I have written a server based on OverbyteIcsTcpSrv1.pas. If I

Re: [twsocket] What determines the number of concurrent connections?

2007-07-27 Thread info2004
Francois, Francois Piette wrote: It's both machines that limit the connections with my server, but the source server example works just fine. Not sure I understand... Do you mean the sample program delivered with ICS works OK but the code you wrote yourself is limited in the number of

Re: [twsocket] What determines the number of concurrent connections?

2007-07-27 Thread info2004
Wilfried Mestdagh wrote: Hello, What does ListenBacklog do? It sets the maximum number of connections that are pending for acception. For example, if it is set to 5, and there are 10 clients connecting at the very same moment, only 5 will be in that queue. Normally you will never have

Re: [twsocket] Monitor TWSocket listening status

2008-02-07 Thread info2004
Francois, Do you have a shell application to be used as an example? This looks really useful, but I have no idea on checking task lists and termination other apps. Regards, Andy Francois Piette wrote: I think of adding several lines of code to monitor the listening status of the TWSocket,

[twsocket] Whick ports are required for TFTPClient

2008-02-08 Thread info2004
Hi, Allowing port 21 through my router when using TFTPClient caused a data error when attempting to send a file. Allowing port 20 cured this. Sniffing the net showed that 22 has worked in some cases. Also, there is a difference between active and passive in terms of the extra port used. Can

[twsocket] [OT] ADOQuery async operation

2008-05-06 Thread info2004
Hi, I have posted to newsgroups.borland.com, but so far no joy. I am using some ICS components in my project though;) The problem I have is getting the ADO stuff to work asynchronously. I am using a TADOQuery and have set ExecuteOptions to [eoAsyncExecute, eoAsyncFetch], and have set

Re: [twsocket] [OT] ADOQuery async operation

2008-05-06 Thread info2004
Hi all, Thanks for the tips. I'm sure that this nudge in the right direction will sort me out. Regards, Andy Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: Instead use TAdoDataset for SELECT only and TAdoConnection / TAdoCommand for other queries TAdoConnection works fine for SELECT as

[twsocket] OnDataSent event and related questions

2008-05-13 Thread info2004
Hi, I am currently using the OnDataSent event of TWSocket to signal my state machine to move on. This is working mostly, however, sometimes, the event does not happen. Now, at the far side, the server being connected to closes the connection when it has it's data, so I am thinking that this

Re: [twsocket] OnDataSent event and related questions

2008-05-13 Thread info2004
Arno, Arno Garrels wrote: info2004 wrote: When the server closes the connection OnSessionClosed triggers. In order to check whether component's internal send buffer is empty you have property BufferedByteCount. If your application has to close the connection when all data has been sent

Re: [twsocket] OnDataSent event and related questions

2008-05-13 Thread info2004
Thanks guys. Regards, Andy Wilfried Mestdagh wrote: Hello Andy, I think that we are at cross purposes here. The OnDataSent event looks like it does not fire (sometimes) if the far end (server) closes the connection. Is this true? OnDataSent is fired when TWSocket has delivered his

[twsocket] TWSocket.Send timing

2008-05-13 Thread info2004
Hi, I am logging the time before and after a call to Send. I am sending 60 bytes, and the Send call is taking 300ms to complete. Does this sound right? I am running a P4 2.4GHz 1G ram. I was expecting 10's of ms really. If this is to be expected, then I won't ask the next question - which

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket.Send timing

2008-05-13 Thread info2004
Wilfried, I'll have a look on MSDN and see what they say. I think that I will try and pad out my data to the min packet size an dsee if that speeds things up, or screws up the server. Regards, Andy Wilfried Mestdagh wrote: Hello Andy, I am logging the time before and after a call to Send.

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket.Send timing

2008-05-15 Thread info2004
Wilfried, Dan was correct. The time I noted was for Send to return, not for the data to actually be sent. Given the 300ms for Send to return, is this to be expected? If it is, then I will look to optimise elsewhere. But it just seems likely that something is a miss - wrong option setting

Re: [twsocket] TWSocket.Send timing

2008-05-15 Thread info2004
[TeamICS] http://www.overbyte.be/eng/overbyte/teamics.html http://www.mestdagh.biz Thursday, May 15, 2008, 09:09, info2004 wrote: Wilfried, Dan was correct. The time I noted was for Send to return, not for the data to actually be sent. Given the 300ms for Send to return

[twsocket] [OT] Killing threads

2008-06-27 Thread info2004
Hi, I am using ICS in my project, but this is not ICS related. I would like to ask you guys how I can kill a thread created in my main thread, from the main thread itself. If the created thread becomes unresponsive due to ADO operation not returning - not got to the bottom of that one yet,

[twsocket] processmessages or messagepump

2008-07-16 Thread info2004
Hi, In my thread (I know, you don't need threads...), in the execute procedure, should I call WSocket.ProcessMessages, or WSocket.MessagePump? Are they the same? If not, what is the difference? Thanks, Andy -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto

Re: [twsocket] processmessages or messagepump

2008-07-16 Thread info2004
Hi again, When I got my grep correct, I found it in WSocket.pas. Looks like they are the same when multithreaded is true. ...Andy info2004 wrote: Hi, In my thread (I know, you don't need threads...), in the execute procedure, should I call WSocket.ProcessMessages, or WSocket.MessagePump

Re: [twsocket] processmessages or messagepump

2008-07-17 Thread info2004
Arno, So in execute is it Ok to: while not terminated do begin WSocket.MessagePump; // check if I need to do something sleep(100); end; // close it all down Or am I missing the point in the use of the message pump? Regards, Andy Arno Garrels wrote: info2004 wrote: In my thread (I

Re: [twsocket] processmessages or messagepump

2008-07-18 Thread info2004
Francois, and Arno, while not terminated do begin WSocket.MessagePump; // check if I need to do something sleep(100); end; // close it all down Or am I missing the point in the use of the message pump? Yes, you miss something. The code you've done will be very slow at processing

Re: [twsocket] processmessages or messagepump

2008-07-19 Thread info2004
Arno, Arno Garrels wrote: info2004 wrote: How would I implement a timeout? Do I create a timer component within the thread, or is there a more elegant solution? A timer is ok since your thread processes messages already :-) You could, for example, use an integer that is incremented

[twsocket] OT Delphi ADO question

2009-04-01 Thread Info2004
Sorry for the OT guys, but I'm not getting any response on forums.codegear.com, and since you guys know your stuff, I'm hoping for some tips. I am using an ADO stored proc to call a stored proc on a MSSQL server. One of the parameters in the stored proc on the server is a Decimal(28,20) but

Re: [twsocket] OT Delphi ADO question

2009-04-01 Thread Info2004
Angus, Thanks for the response. Yes I'm using the stored proc component. No data aware controls. So, you solution would be something like creating a string: exec sp_InsertVehicleData;1 '2009/01/17 15:48:12',1,'0358104000636686','0F611B8C',17,$53.5161,$-2.2367,0,$15475.

Re: [twsocket] OT Delphi ADO question

2009-04-01 Thread Info2004
Angus, Fantastic answer. Thanks for going the extra distance to explain it. It's appreciated. Yep to the application :) Regards, Andy Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: exec sp_InsertVehicleData;1 '2009/01/17 15:48:12',1,'0358104000636686','0F611B8C',17,$53.5161,$-2.2367,0

[twsocket] FTP through proxy not in transparent mode

2010-05-10 Thread Info2004
Hi, I have an application which uses OverbyteIcsFtpCli version V2.108. It's working great - no problems. However, a customer wants to use this application through his proxy (wowproxy), and it's not using transparent mode. So, anyone used this or similar combo? Can I get it to work? I

Re: [twsocket] FTP through proxy not in transparent mode

2010-05-11 Thread Info2004
- From: Info2004 [mailto:info2...@asamicros.com] Sent: 10 May 2010 09:10 To: ICS support mailing Subject: [twsocket] FTP through proxy not in transparent mode Hi, I have an application which uses OverbyteIcsFtpCli version V2.108. It's working great - no problems. However, a customer wants to use

Re: [twsocket] FTP through proxy not in transparent mode

2010-05-11 Thread Info2004
Francois, Usually non transparent FTP proxies work by connecting to the proxy itself and then when asked username, entering the real user name followed by and @ and the remote server name. Sometimes the @ character is replaced by a # character. I was under the impression that this was how

[twsocket] Connect to FTP proxy not in transparent mode - prompt for account

2010-05-17 Thread Info2004
Hi, If the ftp proxy is prompting for account, how should I connect? Should I set the account string property and call ConnectAsync, or should I call ConnectAsync then AcctAsync, or just call AcctAsync? I'm struggling to test as I have no access to the proxy in question, otherwise I'd just

Re: [twsocket] Connect to FTP proxy not in transparent mode - promptfor account

2010-05-17 Thread Info2004
of it somehow. Thanks, Andy you need to find out is what the account details are, that you need to feed it, so it can give you access to where you (your user) needs to go to. Regards. Dave B. -Original Message- From: Info2004 [mailto:info2...@asamicros.com] Sent: 17 May 2010 09:54

[twsocket] [OT] Hoping somone can point me in the right direction with IE and file save

2010-12-17 Thread Info2004
Hi, I have a site the works fine with Firefox and Chrome, but is problematic with IE. It used to work until reported faulty yesterday. There is a button on the page that calls a php script that generates a file, and prompts the user to save the file. IE (8) says: Internet Explorer cannot

Re: [twsocket] [OT] Hoping somone can point me in the right direction with IE and file save

2010-12-17 Thread Info2004
explain more clearly. -- francois.pie...@overbyte.be The author of the freeware multi-tier middleware MidWare The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS) http://www.overbyte.be - Original Message - From: Info2004 info2...@asamicros.com To: twsocket@elists.org Sent: Friday

Re: [twsocket] [OT] Hoping somone can point me in the right direction with IE and file save

2010-12-18 Thread Info2004
Thanks for the tip. I'll investigate. Regards, Andy RTT wrote: Are the headers as you guys would expect? The Vary: * header prevents the response from being cached, so IE gets confused when processing the save attachment request. -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket

Re: [twsocket] [OT] Hoping somone can point me in the right direction with IE and file save

2010-12-18 Thread Info2004
Thank you very much. Spot on with your advise. Added an ETag header to fix my problem. Regards, Andy RTT wrote: Are the headers as you guys would expect? The Vary: * header prevents the response from being cached, so IE gets confused when processing the save attachment request. -- To

[twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-01-31 Thread Info2004
Hi, I have been using the ftp client component for a couple of years now without a hitch. Until recently. The version is 7.09. I have in the main thread a timer that runs a state machine to control logging in and sending of the files. But recently, the state machine stalls and times out. I

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-01-31 Thread Info2004
On 31/01/2012 17:41, Arno Garrels wrote: I guess the server did not send a response to the STOR request after the client successfully established the data connection. Since this is async mode your application should have detected and handled a request timeout. Arno, What is the correct way

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-01-31 Thread Info2004
On 31/01/2012 19:05, Brian Culverwell wrote: probably your backend ftp server has been changed to 'binary' type - and when receiving your request to STOR the .csv file - it is issuing a type A to change the mode to ASCII You could force the Type A before issuing your STOR. Brian, Do you

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-01-31 Thread Info2004
OK. Thanks. On 31/01/2012 21:46, Brian Culverwell wrote: before each STOR On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 6:27 AM, Info2004info2...@asamicros.com wrote: On 31/01/2012 19:05, Brian Culverwell wrote: probably your backend ftp server has been changed to 'binary' type - and when receiving your

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-02-01 Thread Info2004
events, and nothing is reported when I stall. I have attached the csv that shows the last good transfer, then the stall. If an alternative format is preferred, just ask. Ideas? Thanks, Andy On 31/01/2012 15:43, Info2004 wrote: Hi, I have been using the ftp client component for a couple

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client - attachment contents

2012-02-01 Thread Info2004
65.212.180.79 TCP 66 54818 ftp [ACK] Seq=578 Ack=1889 Win=66642 Len=0 TSval=443120743 TSecr=384654264 On 01/02/2012 15:00, Info2004 wrote: Hi, Some additional information after hooking up wireshark. I have attached a csv of the capture. What it shows me is that I get the 150 from the server, I

Re: [twsocket] Help with stalling ftp client

2012-02-01 Thread Info2004
Arno, Thanks. I will check that out. If it persists, I will do as advised and upload the file and post a link. Regards, Andy On 01/02/2012 17:00, Arno Garrels wrote: Info2004 wrote: Hi, Some additional information after hooking up wireshark. I have attached a csv of the capture

Re: [twsocket] Should next ICS version support anything before Delphi XE ?

2012-04-05 Thread Info2004
Hi, I have some old projects on D2006 that get tweaked from time to time. Using V6? No major new development. Anything new is now using XE. ...Andy On 28/03/2012 19:59, François Piette wrote: Hi ! I’m planning the next ICS version… Being unable to use any features added to Delphi in the