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  • Tcp Handle question

    I created hTcp as Dword and made it global.....

    Now, I open the port in one function, do some stuff and go to the next function and continue to grab data....


    This works,
    Back to Function #1, go to yet ANOTHER function, grab more data, works fine the first time, after that bombs out...

    Is there any problem in a DLL with having a global TCP File handle??

    Scott

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  • #2
    No.

    Are you checking ERR and/or ERRAPI in your code to see if the TCP connection is failing or being closed unexpectedly?

    If all else fails, post some compilable code, and lets see the problem for ourselves.

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    • #3
      I've gotten a 24 and 57 before, stack errors maybe.......(TCP/IP Stack that is)...

      The code is pretty extensive setting up the variables to send as an htmlg GET etc, I'll put more debug code in and drive on, long as i know I can do the global Handle

      Thanks Lance!


      Scott


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