socket timeout on Windows 7

Admin admin at mfelkerco.com
Mon Aug 1 21:19:31 EDT 2011


  

Probably because it's 64 bit. I don't think livecode is 64 bit
ready - and the revlet player sure isn't. 

Mike 

On Tue, 2 Aug 2011
10:09:12 +0900, Nicolas Cueto wrote: 

> Hi.
> 
> Just moved to Window 7
Ultimate. Standalones and stacks that were
> working under WinXP,
aren't. (Aaargh!)
> 
> I'm hoping someone who knows Win7 can explain why
the following bit of
> script which works under WinXP and Win2k would
suddenly not work:
> 
> case "select all the numbers, the names in full,
and their classes"
> put tPwd & cr & tQueryType & cr & gSchoolNumber
into tQueryFormat
> post tQueryFormat to URL tURL
> put the result into
tSocketMsg
> put it into tSQLResult
> break
> 
> I've made sure to turn
off firewalls (even though it's the same
> firewall software on my WinXp
machine), as well as turn off Win7's
> "User Account Control Settings".
Please note too that I'm aware of --
> and quite confused by -- the
Vista/Win7's "VirtualStore" problem
> that's been addressed here in the
past, in particular Ken Ray's
> summation at
http://www.sonsothunder.com/devres/revolution/tips/env007.htm [1].
> 
>
Basically, aaargh!
> 
> --
> Nicolas Cueto
> 
>
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