Right. I understand it eventually must be cleared. I should have been
more thorough with my question:
When multiple GET requests are performed simultaneously, should
RcvdStream.Free still be called in OnRequestDone when errors such as 404
are received?

<-----Original Message-----> 
>From: Francois Piette [francois.pie...@skynet.be]
>Sent: 5/17/2009 2:02:27 AM
>To: twsocket@elists.org
>Subject: Re: [twsocket] RcvdStream.Free with 404?
>>>> Should RcvdStream.Free still be called with HttpCli if a 404 error
>>>> received?
>>>Is there something which makes you think it shouldn't ?
>>I didn't know if there was data stored upon the occurrence of errors
>> where standard data is not received, such as 404 errors, invalid
>> authentication state, server too busy, etc.
>It doesn't matter if any data is stored in any stream. Once it has been
>created, a stream or any other object has to be freed.
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