> This is the service execute :
> procedure TRpUaClnt.DDServiceExecute(Sender: TDDService);
> FHandle:= RpUaClnt.ServiceWindow;
> UaClient.OnDisplay:= Display;
> while not terminated do
> on E: exception do
> Display('Error occured @ ' + DateTimeToStr(now) +
> ' - ' + E.Message, ntlError);
Looks well :-( Message loop is started properly.
Hard to tell what might be wrong?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arno Garrels" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "ICS support mailing" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Saturday, October 18, 2008 5:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [twsocket] HttpsCli in service application
>> Paul wrote:
>>>> Where to you create your class?
>>> in ServiceStart
>>>> Async or sync methods?
>>>> Maybe messages are not processed properly.
>>>> Are there more threads beside main thread and service thread?
>>> It's directlly in the service thread (with message loop)
>> Is TService.OnExecute assigned?
>> If not, the service thread runs its message loop
>> ProcessRequests(FALSE) when OnStart is left, calling another message
>> loop in OnStart won't be a good idea. If you assigned
>> TService.OnExecute you should show some code.
>>>> What ICS version do you use?
>>> It's still V5
>> Provided you added the old SSL-fixes to v5 posted to ICS-SSL last
>> year and to this list recently I have no idea what else might be
>> If it works in the GUI application it's likely a bug in your service
>> Arno Garrels
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