Well, I would like to thank to all of you tried to help me. I have found
the way how to manage a buffer in TWSchat1.pas (Thank you, Francois).
BTW I would prefer to use Linemode too but I am not allowed to write TCP
client by myself, it's a part of delivered software.
FYI, every packet i obtain to server has a header:
THeader = record
Command can be "read", "write" or "notify".
Length is probably clear :-)
The client application uses channels for data. Channels can be any type
(bit, byte, word, integer, float, etc.
The group of channels has to be the same type, if the type is "string"
there is allowed to be one channel in the header only.
If the command is "read" the rest of packet (or some nexts) keeps values
of announced channels, if "write" the client send the header only and is
awaiting values of demanding channels (together with the header) and if
command is "notify" it means channels will be changed in short time and
it's up to you what to do (it's mean "to be prepared to deliver new
values ASAP to the second side"}.
I consider it should be best solution to wait for full record in
OnDataAvailable procedure, to do a new record and send some USER
message. Am I right?
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