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WinHttp keep connection 20 minutes alive

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hey community,

is there any way how i can keep the connection for 20 minutes up ?

_WinHttpSimpleRequest ends it instantly.

 

Thanks ;)

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That depends on the server. WinHttp will keep connection alive by default if the server requires/allows it.


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That depends on the server. WinHttp will keep connection alive by default if the server requires/allows it.

is there any way to bypass it ?

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Bypass what?


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Bypass what?

like is there any way to force the tool to stay on the page ?

 

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like is there any way to force the tool to stay on the page ?

 

There is no such thing. If the server terminates the connection after the request has been served then how do you expect to have 20 min connection?

 

 


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Would voodoo work?

Edited by jchd

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There is no such thing. If the server terminates the connection after the request has been served then how do you expect to have 20 min connection?

 

 

im not sure thats why i asked.

i will recode this project with a inbuild web browser looks ugly but works.

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If it works there then it will work here too. That means you aren't asking proper questions. You should try explaining better what is it that you want to do.


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