> If you running in a thread you have to write a message pump. Now > the only thing you do is executing a Get. But this has no > difference in http or https.
> > I used Indy-Components for a long time, i stucked when i tried > > to access an AXIS-Camera with a very high resolution. Indeed, Indy is blocking so you need to use threads all over the place, whereas ICS is event driven and will handle several hundred simultaneous sessions in a single thread. At least provided those connections are not doing other blocking things like writing to a database. The camera says you have an authentication problem, so I'd look at the code in SslHttpCliBeforeAuth and see how it differs from the non-SSL version. You can also the onCommand event to log what headers are actually being sent to the camera, I don't understand what you trying to do in BeforeAuth and it might not be producing the result you expect. The latest OverbyteIcsHttpProt in SVN and the overnight zip has a new HTTP property, ExtraHeaders,to simplify adding extra headers to a request (previously done using onBeforeHeaderSend event), and that is specifically for strange authentication purposes like OAuth2. Angus -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be