daniel cc wrote:
> Thanks Arno :)
> I understand perfectly,
> Do we have any samples about this?

I do not think so.

> About the file size,
> the log file can be sometimes bigger than 3mb, does that makes
> problem? it normally will be around 0-3mb

That's no problem, the filesize since D6/7 may be even greater
than 2 GB. It was limited to 2GB max in older Delphi versions 
since TStream did not use Int64.

Arno Garrels

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arno Garrels
> Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 4:40 PM
> To: ICS support mailing
> Subject: Re: [twsocket] Receive log file text
> daniel cc wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Can someone please help me out w ith a sample of how to,
>> send a log (text file) from client to the server?
>> My connection is with ICSSLServer and ICSSSLClient.
> That works the same way as without SSL.
> And it depends on your protocol.
> Typically you send a request to the server telling him
> that you want to send a file. The request would include
> filename and filesize in bytes.
> When the server received the request it opens an filestream,
> turns off LineMode and sends back an OK-response or any error
> code.
> On receipt of the OK-response the client opens the file,
> reads from it into a small buffer i.e. 4-16 KB and sends the
> buffer content. The client sends subsequent data chunks
> from event OnDataSent until the file is completely sent.
> The server simply receives into a small buffer and writes
> buffer content to the filestream until filesize has been
> reached. The server turns on LineMode back again and sends
> a response to the client telling him whether everyting
> went well or some error occurred.
> --
> Arno Garrels
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