Hello Eric,

Yes you can do the same way.

Rgds, Wilfried [TeamICS]

Wednesday, July 19, 2006, 21:24, Eric Verstrepen wrote:

> Hi All,


> I have the following situation.

> On one computer I have to connect  to max. 50 servers.

> Every server is connected to a client on the computer.

> Al servers (computers ) and the one with the clients or on a LAN.

> So I need 50 clients on that computer.

> The data traffic is very low.


> So what I want to do is the following.


> I want to make  a list with the properties of the servers.( IPadres,port )

> For every server I create at runtime a client.

> All clients using the same eventhandlers.


> I made something in the past for serial comm..(RS232)

> What I was doing is the following:


> I use on event for receiving data.

> When the data is received, 

> I use postmessage to trigger my other routine where I handle the data.

> In this way, the event handler for receiving data gets free to serve the
> other connections.


> Can I use the same way of working when i use Twsocket ?

> Or what I have to do to make sure I can serve all my connections.


> Best regards,

> Eric Verstrepen

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