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TCP Issues?

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Okay, for some reason AutoIt completely stops responding when I got to Help -> Online -> Feedback in my script. Can someone tell me why this is happening and how to fix it. This has occurred on multiple computers.

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Edited by rcmaehl

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One thing that I notice is that on your Feedback() function, you start with IF Not $status[2] Then... and you have TCPStartup() for the first part. But scroll down to the Else on line 316, you do not initiate TCPStartup() for that case.


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Also, you did not put TCPShutdown on the first part of the IF statement. You did put it on the Else side.


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One thing that I notice is that on your Feedback() function, you start with IF Not $status[2] Then... and you have TCPStartup() for the first part. But scroll down to the Else on line 316, you do not initiate TCPStartup() for that case.

I realized this but this is because $Status[2] tells us if we're in feedback mode or not.

Also, you did not put TCPShutdown on the first part of the IF statement. You did put it on the Else side.

Thanks for noticing this. I fixed that so it executes a TCPShutdown after the MsgBox.

Edited by rcmaehl

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I only saw it freeze up when trying to execute the TCPConnect command and it's not finding the server to connect to. It will eventually start responding again after the message box shows up.


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I only saw it freeze up when trying to execute the TCPConnect command and it's not finding the server to connect to. It will eventually start responding again after the message box shows up.

Any way to speed this up then?


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Any way to speed this up then?

How about pinging the server address first. If @error, then do not connect. If you get a reply, then connect.


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How about pinging the server address first. If @error, then do not connect. If you get a reply, then connect.

Thanks and I failed for a second after I read that as I typing up some jury-rigged Ping using _RunDOS() when there's a Ping() command.


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