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jorgeng

I'm trying to send an xml-string with the tcp send example in autoit help but it doesn't work,

the problem is how i will concatenate the $szData string, how do i do that?:

:)

$ConnectedSocket = TCPConnect($szIPADDRESS,$nPORT)

Dim $szData

; If there is an error... show it

If @error Then

MsgBox(4112,"Error","TCPConnect failed with WSA error: " & @error)

; If there is no error loop an inputbox for data to send to the SERVER.

Else

; InputBox for data to transmit

$szData = "<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252" ?>"

<Signal xmlns="http://borsdata.se/TESSignal.xsd">"

<Version>1.0</Version>

<SignalType>Entry</SignalType>

<PositionType>Long</PositionType>

<Instrument>OMXS308D</Instrument>

<Strategy>RankorTest</Strategy>

<Price>45.00</Price>

<Weight>1</Weight>

<Comment>Omx Wampa Test...</Comment>

</Signal>"

; We should have data in $szData... lets attempt to send it through our connected socket.

TCPSend($ConnectedSocket,$szData)

; If the send failed with @error then the socket has disconnected

; ----------------------------------------------------------------

If @error Then ExitLoop

Edited by jorgeng

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ProgAndy

This way:

$szData = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252" ?>' & @CRLF & _

'<Signal xmlns="http://borsdata.se/TESSignal.xsd">' & @CRLF & _

'<Version>1.0</Version>' & @CRLF & _

'<SignalType>Entry</SignalType>' & @CRLF & _ ...

//Edit You should use single quotation for enclosing the string ( ' ), because you already hav " in your Data :)

Edited by ProgAndy

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jorgeng

This way:

$szData = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252" ?>' & @CRLF & _

'<Signal xmlns="http://borsdata.se/TESSignal.xsd">' & @CRLF & _

'<Version>1.0</Version>' & @CRLF & _

'<SignalType>Entry</SignalType>' & @CRLF & _ ...

//Edit You should use single quotation for enclosing the string ( ' ), because you already hav " in your Data :)

Thanks, i will try it.

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jorgeng

I got error when i use this string:

$szData = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252" ?>' & @CRLF & _

'<Signal xmlns="http://borsdata.se/TESSignal.xsd">' & @CRLF & _

'<Version>1.0</Version>' & @CRLF & _

'<SignalType>Entry</SignalType>' & @CRLF & _

'<PositionType>Long</PositionType>' & @CRLF & _

'<Instrument>OMXS30-8GT</Instrument>' & @CRLF & _

'<Strategy>RankorTest</Strategy>' & @CRLF & _

'<Price>1005.00</Price>' & @CRLF & _

'<Weight>1</Weight>' & @CRLF & _

'<Comment>Omx Wampa Test...</Comment>' & @CRLF & _

'</Signal>"' & @CRLF & _

; We should have data in $szData... lets attempt to send it through our connected socket.

TCPSend($ConnectedSocket,$szData)

------------------------------

D:\Program\AutoIt3\RES.au3 (60) : ==> Error in expression.:

$szData = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252" ?>' & @CRLF & '<Signal xmlns="http://borsdata.se/TESSignal.xsd">' & @CRLF & '<Version>1.0</Version>' & @CRLF & '<SignalType>Entry</SignalType>' & @CRLF & '<PositionType>Long</PositionType>' & @CRLF & '<Instrument>OMXS30-8GT</Instrument>' & @CRLF & '<Strategy>RankorTest</Strategy>' & @CRLF & '<Price>1005.00</Price>' & @CRLF & '<Weight>1</Weight>' & @CRLF & '<Comment>Omx Wampa Test...</Comment>' & @CRLF & '</Signal>"' & @CRLF &

$szData = ^ ERROR

>Exit code: 1 Time: 30.398

Edited by jorgeng

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