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I'm using Delphi 4, and I want to create a standard non blocking
socket with out the clutter of Indy code (Pv4 and Pv6). and i want to
get the computers IP address and be able to ping has any one done
this. Can I do it with Indy 10 or Indy 9. And has any one made code up
to do any of these things and tested it please.

I know that what I describe below is not technically multicasting,
but I lack a better description of what I am trying to do.

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I currently have a TIdTCPServer with an OnExecute that reads the
incoming message, generates the response messages into a thread safe
queue and then calls a function to step through the queue and send the
messages back to the client. This part of the code is working and
allows clients to request sets of data.


When a client
changes an object on the server, I want all of the clients notified of
this change. The code currently adds the notification message to each
queue for each connection. My problem is that OnExecute is not


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i am writing a simple client/server chat program with indy 10
(blocking mode) and there is a question that how can i manage
connections ?
for example imagine a user that is online on server
, we must make a connection tunnel for future requests . In other
words, when a user is online server should not need username and
password for future user requests . and it will be do with the tunnel
that we created when user has came .


how can we manage
connections ?


[sorry for my bad english] if you can't
understand me please tell me to send a new post agian .

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Thank you


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I'm new to dealing with cookies and not sure if my code or maybe
Indy version is the problem based on researching other posts.

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Using Delphi 2010 and Indy 10.5.5.


Have set up a
cookiemanager at design time. I can send an initial login request
(using the POST method) to the server that is successful (get a
'success' code back from the server app) and the cookie manager shows
that it has accepted a cookie from the server.


When I try
to reply to the server (again using POST) to get the next set of
information, I get an error code back from the server app which
indicates an authorization failure and I'm being told by the server
tech


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Ok, I have Idhttp created dynamically like the following

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procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);< />
/>Var
Resp : String;
begin
Resp :=
webSession('https://www.website.com'); // HTTPS site requires session
to keep alive
if Length(Resp)>0 then
MessageDlg('Got the body ok',mtInformation,[mbOk],0);
end;< />
/>function TForm1.webSession(sURL : ansistring) : ansistring;< />
/>var
SStream : Tstringstream;
HTTPCon :
TIdHTTP;
AntiFreeze : TIdAntiFreeze;
CompressorZLib:
TIdCompressorZLib;
ConnectionIntercept:
TIdConnectionIntercept;
SSLIO



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I'm using Delphi 4, and I want to create a standard non blocking
socket with out the clutter of Indy code (Pv4 and Pv6). and i want to
get the computers IP address and be able to ping has any one done
this. Can I do it with Indy 10 or Indy 9. And has any one made code up
to do any of these things and tested it please.

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I just started using indy10 (today) in Delphi 2010, after reading
everywere i managed to make it work, i can send emails using gmail, it
works fine on my computer, but when i install the application on my
laptop (for tests), it doesnt send the email and my app stops working,
do i have to install something else on my laptop or how can i make it
to work on every computer i install my program, so far i have to
install it on 6 different computers, some use windows XP and some
Windows 7, i hope there is a way to make it multiplatform or
something.


This is my code:


procedure
SendIndyMail;
begin
Form_final.IdSMTP1 .IOHandler := Fo
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Hi all,

A very simple E Mail client written in DELPHI / OBJECT PASCAL using INDY 10 & DELPHI XE 2, More or less for training and education purpose. Anyhow you can already read & write emails. Anyhow you can already read & write emails.

I was trying to install Delphi 7 on my laptop, which is running windows 7, 64 bit. I had no troubles installing Delphi 7 on any other machines I have here, all are running windows 7. I can install in XP mode though.

What happened is when I click on the Install.exe file in the CD, the mouse cursor changed to busy for 2 seconds then turned back to normal. Nothing showed up at all. I tried to run with Admin mode, same issue, with different compatibility mode, also the same.

I check the event log, it was error:

Faulting application name: Install.exe_unknown, version: 7.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x2a425e19
Faulting module name: unknown, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x00000000
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0xd2cee7c6
Faulting process id: 0x1e04
Faulting application start time: 0x01cfb79f013cc32f
Faulting application path: C:NamSoftwareDelphiInstall.exe
Faulting module path: unknown
Report Id: 3efa26d7-2392-11e4-a396-3c970e1b205c

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I use dependency walker but can't detect any different when checking on my laptop and on the other PCs

When I ran in safe mode, the installation window appeared, so I suspect some service conflicts with the installer.

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* I can install other software just fine.

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Has anyone had the same experience like me before? Please help, thanks.