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Posted on 2004-09-02
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hi delphi friends

tricky question :)

few years ago i made in msword visual basic editor programm wich send message to net users using [net send] COMAND.

problem is - i can't remmber how.

i want to make this soft on delphi. i'm using XP OS. so we have to use command promp.exe to do this.

so in basic i did sommething like this (C:\comandpromp.exe)+netsend+user+message

so exsample:

user:=edit1.text
message:=edit2.text
HERE must be the line wich cals comandpromt and sends message

/////////////////////////

mybe somebody can help :)

i'm trying to make this soft so lets see who will make it first....

bye
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Question by:Kristao
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by:geobul
ID: 11962448
Hi,

Why to open a command prompt session when there is an API function for doing this:

procedure NetSendMessage(const ToComputer, FromComputer, Mess: string);
type
  TNetMessageBufferSendFunction = function(servername, msgname, fromname: PWideChar; buf: PWideChar; buflen: Cardinal): longint; stdcall;
var
  NetMessageBufferSend: TNetMessageBufferSendFunction;
  DLLHandle: THandle;
  Name, From, Buf: WideString;
begin
  DLLHandle := LoadLibrary('NETAPI32.DLL');
  if DLLHandle <> 0 then begin
    try
      @NetMessageBufferSend := GetProcAddress(DLLHandle, 'NetMessageBufferSend');
      if @NetMessageBufferSend <> nil then begin
        Name := ToComputer;
        Buf := Mess;
        From := FromComputer; // you may even set
        NetMessageBufferSend(nil, PWideChar(Name), PWideChar(From), PWideChar(Buf), Length(Buf) * SizeOf(WideChar));
      end;
    finally
      FreeLibrary(DLLHandle);
    end;
  end;
end;

Regards, Geo
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Ferruccio Accalai earned 125 total points
ID: 11962464
uses SHellApi
var
user,message : string;
begin
user:=edit1.text
message:=edit2.text
shellexecute(0,'open','net',pchar('send' +' '+user+ ' ' + message),nil,SW_HIDE);
end;
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by:lehongwang
ID: 12206469
geobul  has got the best answer !
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by:geobul
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Thank you lehongwang :-)
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