Open Socket Question
alex at tweedly.net
Thu Feb 28 16:40:00 EST 2008
Sorry I'm late replying - time zone differences can be a real nuisance
:-) It looks from later email that you've already figured out these
answers - but I'll answer them for the sake of completeness for anyone
reading the threads later.
> The Server can "Accept" connections from a number of Clients, surely
> if I close the port, then no other clients will be able to connect. Or
> do you mean I should (on the Server) close the connection that is
> presented to the "ServerContactedByClient" handler? e.g. the
> IP/Port?ConnectionID of the Client?
Indeed - in your code you would do something like
set the itemDel to ":"
if item 1 of theIPAddress is not among the lines of
close socket theIPAddress
>> Also, I'm curious.This is probably just because you've snipped code
>> to send it here, but just in case it isn't ....
>> you look at "the result" immediately - what do you expect it to
>> contain at that point ?
> I think this was a snipping problem as you say, before I wasn't using
> a Callback Handler and so I needed to check the result after the
> command returned. However, do need to check "the result" after the
> Accept command?:
> accept connections on theServerPortNumber with message
No, there should be no need to do that. Though if there is a
possibility of multiple applications trying to accept on the same port,
that may be different.
See later reply to other emails ...
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