it's ok for the server part ?
is it the same method for the client part (to send data to server) ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Francois PIETTE" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] How server can send data to clients ?
>> I have a TWSocketServer which is listening incoming clients connections.
>> Once a client is connected, the server send data to it.
>> Sometimes, I need this client to send command to the server.
>> Is it possible with ics components ?
>> If yes, how can I do it ?
> When the client is connected to the server, you have a bi-directionnal
> communication channel. The server can send data to client and client can
> send data to the server.
> If the client isn't connected, the server has no way to send anything to
> client. By definition a client is the one which initiate a connection and
> server is the one which passively wait for incomming connections.
> Of course nothing prevent your client to be also a server !
> Speaking about TWSocketServer, you have an indexed property Client which
> allows the developper to access to any connected client. You -have
> ClientCount property telling the size of the client array. You can do
> something like that (Not tested, just tuyped here in the message):
> for i := 0 to WSocketServer1.ClientCount - 1 do
> WSocketServer1.Client[I].SendStr('Hello World'#13#10);
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