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I'm new to TClientSocket and TServerSocket Components in Delphi 4.  What I tried to do was a simple program just connecting and sending a simple string message from client exe to server exe via winsocket.  However, either connection or sending message was incredibly slow, taking a few seconds.  It wasn't like it in VB or VC++.  Am I making some mistakes using these components?  

Could anyone help?  

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by:h_mohsenian
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there is a good Demo for Using TServerSocket & TClienSocket in Delphi. see Demoes\Internet\Chat\Chat App. it used SendText for sending Message.

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hamed
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by:skyrider_tieus
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hamed:

Thanks for the tip.  Sending string message was OK, but the connection was still slow.  The demo program had some bugs.  If two instances were running in the same machine, an error message would appear 'Windows socket error (10048), on API bind'.  Despite this error message, they still worked except for the slow connection.  When an instance exited, another error message showed up saying 'Access violation'.  I was running two instances on the same PC.  Is there a way to expidite the connection?

James
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This issue is solved.  TCustomWinSocket.remotehost property would take a while to resolve the remote host name.  The winsocket would run much faster without invoking this property.
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by:h_mohsenian
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hi skyrider_tieus , i am glad that you find your need, but about demo bug :

if i understand right , you say : if you run two of this demo App in one computer and when you want to connect , an error is happend, i think it is not a bug becouse each app want to get Net stream in the same port , it means to process want to use the one resource , it must be make error. it is not a bug , this a app work when you have a Lan for example and each app runs with each computer with determined IP .

if i am in wrong way about understanding your mean please tell me!

why you want to exec two App in one PC , is a test simulation?

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by:skyrider_tieus
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hamed:

Thank you again for the follow-up comment.  Yes, you are right about the cause of the first error, which occurs owing to two instances competing for the same resource.  I am still unware of what has caused the second error. I guess when Inprise developed this demo they did not take this case into account.  The chat program should run astride the LAN.  

Yes, it is a test simulation for inter-process communication between two programs with different programing languages.  Winsocket is not the best means though, it is the quickest and simplest.

James
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