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    • #54340
      zoran
      Participant

      Hi Kim

      Thank you for the new version of kbmMW.

      I just installed 5.10.10 and I don’t see kbmMWTCPServerTransport you were talking about in one of the webinars. I didn’t see it in previous versions as well.

      Was it included in the new version? Did I miss something?

      Thank you.

      Zoran

    • #54341
      kimbomadsen
      Keymaster

      Hi,

      You need to add:

      {$DEFINE KBMMW_NATIVETRANSPORT_SUPPORT}

      to kbmMWConfig.inc

      Then recompile the runtime and designtime package.

      best regards

      Kim/C4D

    • #54342
      zoran
      Participant

      Thanks Kim, it worked.

      Another short question. In my test server I put kbmMWTCPServerTransport and it works fine with client which has kbmMWTCPIPIndyClientTransport. However If I replace client Indy transport with kbmMWTCPClientTransport (and re-connect the properties), client cannot connect to the server. I’ve tried changing different properties but it still cannot connect.

      Aren’t kbmMWTCPServerTransport  and kbmMWTCPClientTransport meant to work together?

      Thank you.

      Zoran

    • #54351
      zoran
      Participant

      Hi Kim

      I know you’re busy. Could you answer the question above, please?

      Thanks.

      Zoran

    • #54352
      kimbomadsen
      Keymaster

      They are as such not specifically meant to work together. They are separate entities. TCP Server is a IOCP (on Windows) based server transport, while TCP Client is a potential replacement for Indy client transports.
      So you can mix and match as you see fit.

      There are features in Indy TCP client which are not available in TCP Client as it is still work in progress.

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