Debugger, just like the MessageBox showed correct values!

However the socket printed something with a first line like:

 ÿº

(This was suppose to be a long line but OE only printed this much!)

Regards,

SubZ

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Francois PIETTE" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <twsocket@elists.org>
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 7:33 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Fw: Sync THttpConnection derivative


>> I still get garbage data with NO HTTP header.
>> Any idea why?
>
> No idea why. But did you use the debugger to verify that Data and DataLen
> have correct values ?
>
> To debug further, you can add an Windows.OutputDebugString in
> WSocket_Synchronized_send function to display what is really sent by the
> component, no matter if called "normally" by the component or by a direct
> call to WSocket_Send. To see messages printed out by OutputDebugString, 
> you
> simply hit CTRL+ALT+V within Delphi (Probably the same with BCB).
>
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Fastream Technologies" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "ICS support mailing" <twsocket@elists.org>
> Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 4:45 PM
> Subject: Re: [twsocket] Fw: Sync THttpConnection derivative
>
>
>> Hello and thanks for your replies,
>>
>> I now have the following code that do not raise any exception:
>>
>> In the connection class derived from TWebConnection:
>>
>>                Pause();
>>
>>                int iMode = 0;
>>                WSocket_ioctlsocket(HSocket, FIONBIO, iMode);
>>
>>                if(!serverThread->DXISAPI->Execute(this,
>>                                        ISAPIInterpreter,
>>                                        Method,
>>                                        Params,
>>                                        Path,
>>                                        LastFilePath,
>>                                        RequestContentType, POSTString,
>> postedDataLen, scriptResult))
>>                                        result = dpError;
>>                else
>>                {
>>                        iMode = 1;
>>                        if(WSocket_ioctlsocket(HSocket, FIONBIO, iMode))
>>                        {
>>                                Resume();
>>                                Close();
>>                        }
>>                        else
>>                                Resume();
>>                }
>>
>> and in the TWebConnection that is derived from THttpConnection and can be
>> called from pascal DXISAPI code by callback functions:
>>
>>        OldDataAvailable := FOnDataAvailable;
>>        OldSendData := FOnSendData;
>>        OldDataSent := FOnDataSent;
>>        FOnDataAvailable := nil;
>>        FOnSendData := nil;
>>        FOnDataSent := nil;
>>
>>        if FTerminated or
>>        ((State <> wsConnected) and (State <> wsSocksConnected)) then
>>        begin
>>                Result := false;
>>                Exit;
>>        end;
>>
>>        Count := WSocket_send(HSocket,
>>                    Data,
>>                    DataLen,
>>                    0);
>>
>>        Result := Count > 0;
>>        if Result = true then
>>                DataSent := DataSent + Count;
>>
>>        if FTerminated or
>>        ((State <> wsConnected) and (State <> wsSocksConnected)) then
>>        begin
>>                Result := false;
>>        end;
>>
>>        if Result = true then
>>        begin
>>                FOnDataAvailable := OldDataAvailable;
>>                FOnSendData := OldSendData;
>>                FOnDataSent := OldDataSent;
>>        end;
>>
>> I still get garbage data with NO HTTP header.
>>
>> Any idea why?
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> SubZ
>
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