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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API [modified] Pinmemberbkelly1328-Dec-12 3:08 
Hello pasztorpisti,
Re: Anyway, why do you want to use async sockets?
Async makes the application easier to deal with.   First, when the client has not connected the main application can still capture data from the source and provide feedback as to how it is performing.   Once the Listen() is posted, the app is stuck there and can do nothing.
Second, if the client closes the connection before my app closes, the app is stuck and must be killed.   That causes some resource loss eventually requiring a computer boot.
 
I have mitigated that quite a bit by writing my own client application that can be fired up and release the main application.   But I am not always the user and that is a real pain to require someone else to do.   (BTW: Writing the client application was indeed a learning experience.)
 
I suspect that both of these problems can be resolved by using a separate thread for the TCP/IP part of the application.   I found a tutorial and will be working on that aspect.
 
However, I have a working version and do not have unlimited time to devote to this project.
 
pasztorpisti, Richard M, and others,
Thank you very much for the time you have spent answering my questions and making suggestions.   I am very gratefull.
 
Thanks for your time

-- modified 28-Dec-12 9:15am.
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