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Indy TCP Server help

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Hi,

I'm try to use the Indy TCP Server component to send a command to a client when the user presses a button, but I can't find any procedure or function that does this. The server only allows one connection, if that helps in any way. I can send and read data just fine in the server's OnConnect procedure, with AThread.Connection.sendcmd();, but I can't do the same in a button's/panel's onclick event. Help is appreciated.

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- MelchaS
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Hi Melcha,

Please take a look at the accepted answer http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_21061789.html

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Oktay Sancak
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Thanks ceoworks!
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