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Well then, I think I was doing things out of order. My dialog has all the pieces broken out so I performed the following steps:

Server::Initialize, wsa = 0
Client::Initialize, wsa = 0
Server::Listen, wsa = 0
Client::Connect wsa = 10035
Client::OnConnect() is called
Server::OnAccept() is called
Client::OnSend() is called

As noted earlier, I have all those methods defined but with no body and a breakpoint in each. Is this normal behavior? If so,...
Does Client::OnConnect() need to do anything?
Same for Server::OnAccept and Client::OnSend?

I am getting close. Next Step?

Thanks for your time

Edit again: I have this code in the function C_Server::Class_Accept() that is called via a button in the dialog.

bool C_Server::Class_Accept()
{
   mp_C_Server_Send_Time_Socket = new C_Server_Send_Time_Socket;
   m_winsock_status = Accept( *mp_C_Server_Send_Time_Socket );
}


Now I that I see C_Server::OnAccept() called, that code should be moved into the OnAccept method and executed automatically after the client connects. Then I would NOT have a manually called Accept() method in the server class.

Does that sound right?

modified 16-Sep-12 20:16pm.

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