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2 winsocks intro 1 winsock

Posted on 2007-03-28
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hello,
I am using two winsock in my code but I would like to have only 1.
its not using the same one at the same time!
how can I do that??

Private Sub Winsock_Connect()
Winsock.SendData Login("user", "pass")
Label3.Caption = "Sending Login..."
End Sub

Private Sub Winsock_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim data As String
Winsock.GetData data
txtURL1 = GetStringBetween(txtAnswer1, "Location: ", "" & vbNewLine & "Set-Cookie:")
txtCookie = GetStringBetween(txtAnswer1, "Set-Cookie: ", "" & vbNewLine & "Location:")
Label3.Caption = "Login ok..."
Winsock.Close
Winsock2.Connect
End Sub

Private Sub Winsock2_Connect()
Winsock.SendData Login2(txtURL1, txtCookie)
Label3.Caption = "Sending confirmation..."
End Sub

Private Sub Winsock2_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim data As String
Winsock.GetData data

If InStr(txtAnswer2, "loggedin.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Logged in!"
End If

If InStr(txtAnswer2, "error.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Login incorrect!"
End If
End Sub
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Question by:Sabrin
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by:EDDYKT
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don't see why you need to just use 1. 2 should work better for you.
However

Private Sub Winsock2_Connect()

 ' should it be Winsock2.SendData Login2(txtURL1, txtCookie)
Winsock.SendData Login2(txtURL1, txtCookie)  
Label3.Caption = "Sending confirmation..."
End Sub


Private Sub Winsock2_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim data As String

' it should Winsock2.GetData data
Winsock.GetData data

If InStr(txtAnswer2, "loggedin.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Logged in!"
End If

If InStr(txtAnswer2, "error.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Login incorrect!"
End If
End Sub
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EDDYKT earned 500 total points
ID: 18807047
if use 1

public SetFirst as boolean
Private Sub Winsock_Connect()
SetFirst = true
Winsock.SendData Login("user", "pass")
Label3.Caption = "Sending Login..."
End Sub

Private Sub Winsock_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim data As String
Winsock.GetData data
if (SetFirst) then
SetFirst = false
txtURL1 = GetStringBetween(txtAnswer1, "Location: ", "" & vbNewLine & "Set-Cookie:")
txtCookie = GetStringBetween(txtAnswer1, "Set-Cookie: ", "" & vbNewLine & "Location:")
Label3.Caption = "Login ok..."
Winsock.SendData Login2(txtURL1, txtCookie)
Label3.Caption = "Sending confirmation..."
'Winsock.Close
'Winsock2.Connect
else
If InStr(txtAnswer2, "loggedin.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Logged in!"
End If

If InStr(txtAnswer2, "error.asp") Then
Label3.Caption = "Login incorrect!"
End If

end if
End Sub
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