That sounds evil, depending on the code in Client1BusyTimeout() you will slow
down performance. And what happens on downloading a big file or when data is
received very slow? It's much better to write GetTickCount() into a variable
anytime somethingis received and let a timer check this variable, for example,
every 5 seconds.
The Client1BusyTimeout() routine does get a tick count and tests if the time is
greater than the timeout value. The routine also calls Application.Process
Are you thinking that a Timer is a better way to go?
If the HttpCli doesn't have a timeout implemented, how does one ever get a
status code of 408. I can't assign HttpCli1.StatusCode := 408;
I will test to see if I really needed to disable TCP chimney.
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