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Hello. I need to develop a program in VB6 to communicate with a Siemens CP343 card. I would like to avoid LibNoDave, my idea being to communicate via the WinSock control; is it possible? is there a documentation anywhere I can get?
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by:sivachirravuri
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Hi check the following llinks,
You have sample code downloads provided.

http://www.kepware.com/Spec_Sheets/Siemens_S7_200300400_TCPIPEthernet.html(Select "VB" TAB in this link)

http://www.foxon.cz/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=3_10

Thnaks
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by:Tasslehoof
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Thank you, but:
1) I don't want an OPC server, I want to make a socket communication (if it is possible)
2) You have to buy them
3) In the 1st link, there is no VB tab
4) There is no sample code to download that I can find, for either of the two

>Hi check the following llinks,
>You have sample code downloads provided.
>
>http://www.kepware.com/Spec_Sheets/Siemens_S7_200300400_TCPIPEthernet.html(Select "VB" TAB in this link)
>
>http://www.foxon.cz/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=3_10
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sivachirravuri earned 500 total points
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Hi,
I want to confirm that there is a VB tab in the following link where you can get sample code.

There are following tab in the page

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                                                                               V
Overview | Devices | Features | Required | Protocol | VB | Help

http://www.kepware.com/Spec_Sheets/Siemens_S7_200300400_TCPIPEthernet.html

Please check this...
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by:Tasslehoof
ID: 18006532
Hi,
my fault, or rather my browser's: the window stopped at the "Protocol" tab, now I can see the "VB" tab as well.
I'll have a look @ the samples and report to you later, thank you for now.
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