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Conditional accept blocks the accept() for 2-3 seconds even if the connection is ready.
I can't remove the conditional accept (3rd party application) and I'm sure that the connection is ready.
What can be a solution to that?

Thanks in advance.
AR
Posted 1-Dec-10 22:41pm
Edited 2-Dec-10 3:13am
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Marcus Kramer at 2-Dec-10 7:27am
   
What 3rd party application? Source Code which is problematic? It will be very difficult to answer without more information. Cheers.
Alexeirob at 2-Dec-10 9:01am
   
It's a Source Code which is problematic, which sets the conditional accept on every socket.

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Solution 1

Please describe it with a few line of code.

As, I have understood till now please try out following:

boolean blvar = accept();

if(blvar == true)
{
// U R code
}
else
{
// U R code
}
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