Thanks a lot for the rapid response... > Of course it is possible but you will reinvent the wheel. ICS has a > component THttpCli just for that purpose. It implement the HTTP protocol, > client side.
> But reading your question, I'm not sure you want to issue a request to a > webserver or just traverse a HTTP proxy ? > If it is the former, then THttpCli component is OK. > If the later, then you can use TWSocket directly, sending the HTTP > "CONNECT" > command to the HTTP proxy. In fact, i was thinking more to the 2nd one : i want to establish a connexion between a client and a server socket and then i will have to exchange data/stream/packed records between them (client to server and server to client) but not via HTTP... I just need to passing threw my company (where i work) proxy/firewall that has been set to accept "only" http request over the port 80. i thought naively that i would just need to write the byte "HTTP1/1" in front of stream... maybe... > This mailing list is defenitely not the right place to compare ICS with > any > other component. Please use the general mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] or > [EMAIL PROTECTED] (you see: same server) to discuss this cross > product > comparison. I understand perfectly... sorry for that. Cédric -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be