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where is the sockets ??

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where can I find clientsocket & serversocket  component in delphi 7 ?!
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by:DeerBear
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Hi,

In the Companion CD.

HTH,

Andrew
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by:pr_wainwright
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sraab2004,
                I remember in older versions of Delphi that the socket components were in a separate folders on the CD.
The files scktcomp.pas & scktreg.pas to register them.

Regards
Paul.
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Ray_Adams earned 20 total points
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dclsockets70.bpl located at Bin folder of Delphi installation, but it doesn't installed by default installation procedure, so you have to add it manually.
Click menu Components->Install Packages...
then click Add. and navigate to Bin folder.
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