Dimitry Timokhov wrote:
> As final answer - my source code is the only way to setup the NODELAY
> on server side for client socket. Am I right?
Setsockopt() has to be called with a valid socket handle, so event
OnClientConnect is the first event/place where the client object
has a valid socket handle assigned. You may call Setsockopt() later
as well, however that's most likely not what you want.
> 2008/6/20, Arno Garrels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> Dimitry Timokhov wrote:
>> > Hi
>> >> That should be ok.
>> > I see - everythink is OK with my code (I'm having hard tests now).
>> >> However it's not required to call setsockopt at all,
>> >> you can set ComponentOptions of your derived client class in the
>> >> constructor as well.
>> > Really?
>> > As I see there is one place where ComponentOptions is used - it is
>> > Connect method. But Connect is not call on the server side as I
>> see. > Am I wrong? May be i missed something?
>> Of course you are right, I did not check the source code before
>> answering, arrg...
>> Arno Garrels
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> Best regards,
> Dimitry Timokhov
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