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    Indy Networking.

    Hi,

    I don't see an OnRecieve event for the Indy TCP Server component nor the TCPServer component in Delphi 2006, but I see it for Serversocket in Delphi 6, what do i do?

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    Re: Indy Networking.

    Quote Originally Posted by Voltrox
    Hi,

    I don't see an OnRecieve event for the Indy TCP Server component nor the TCPServer component in Delphi 2006, but I see it for Serversocket in Delphi 6, what do i do?

    Hello

    use OnExecute event... for each connection you have one Thread..

    Greetings
    Knowledge is power.

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    Indy Networking.

    I have just started up my BDS 2006 (looks VERY nice btw!), and i thought I should learn to use indy, since it is supposed to be much better than the TServerSocket and TClientSocket components of old.

    I'm wondering, how can i store the clients socket to the client?
    so that i can send a package to a client when i want to.

    in the TServerSocket component, i just assigned the Socket (TCustomWinSocket) to the players Socket.
    (my players were stored as records with a TCustomWinSocket and the other vars i needed)

    Indy doesnt work in the same way, so i feel totally blank...

    can someone help?

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