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IDTCPCLIENT SEND MESSAGE TO IDTCPSERVER TO INSERT ROW IN DATABASE.

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I HAVE 10 PROGRAM CLIENT CONNECTED IN MY PROGRAM SERVER, I DID THAT USING TIDTCPSERVER AND TIDTCPCLIENT. WORKS GOOD.

IN THE SERVER I HAVE OBJECT TQUERY TO UPDATE OR INSERT WHEN SOME CLIENT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT.

THE PROBLEM IS WHEN MORE THEN ONE CLIENT SEND MESSAGE TO SERVER FOR INSERT OR UPDATE AT THE SAME TIME.
I GOT ERROR IN MY TQUERY.
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you will need to use a separate tquery and transaction for each client.
I would recommend creating them dynamicaly for each client when they connect
Otherwise you wii get thread errors as more than 1 client tries to use the tquery etc.

eg. inside the OnConnect event make an object that has your tquery inside it

type
    TClientSpecificData = class(TObject)
  private
      function GetCurrentProgressPercent: integer;
  public
      clientquery: TQuery;
      Constructor Create; override
      Destructor Destroy; override;
  end;

        { TClientSpecificData }

constructor TClientSpecificData.CreateWithSettings(ID_: string);
    begin
        Inherited Create;
        ClientQuery := TQuery.Create(nil);
// set query parameters here
    end;

destructor TClientSpecificData.Destroy;
    begin
        ClientQuery.Free;
        inherited;
    end;


procedure TfServerMain.IdTCPServer1Connect(AContext: TIdContext);
    begin
        AContext.Data := TClientSpecificData.Create;
    end;

procedure TfServerMain.IdTCPServer1Disconnect(AContext: TIdContext);
    begin
        if assigned(AContext.Data) then
        begin
            (AContext.Data as TClientSpecificData).Free;
            AContext.Data := nil;
        end;
    end;

procedure TfServerMain.IdTCPServer1Execute(AContext: TIdContext);
    var
        i: integer;
        S, S2: string;
        InCmd: string;
    begin
          InCmd := AContext.Connection.IOHandler.ReadLn;
// just an example
          (AContext.Data as TClientSpecificData).ClientQuery.SQL.Text := InCmd;
          (AContext.Data as TClientSpecificData).Open;
    end;
           
This is how I'd do it with the latest indy 10.
You can se how to do it with indy 9, or 10.0.52 on my demos page
http://sourceforge.net/projects/internetdemos

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by:rafaelrgl
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WHY YOU USE THIS LINE LIKE THIS: AContext.Connection.IOHandler.ReadLn; AND I USE THAT: AThread.Connection.ReadLn;

WHAT IS IOHANDLER?
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by:TheRealLoki
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it depends on your version of Indy, with Indy 9 (the default) you just use .Connection.ReadLn
with Indy 10, there were some changes, and you use IOHandler
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