Hi, Richard!

Richard Whalen wrote:

> There are no calls in the API do to this.
>
> You could create a timer AST that periodically runs, checks the I/O counts
> (direct and buffered) and requeues itself. If the I/O counts don't change,
> then I would consider the application to be hung.

Hmmmm ... it's a "unix way..." I'll faster write my own "FTP client" ;-)

Can I ask the PSC to add a timeouts handling and controling it with external
logical?





>
> -----Original Message----- From: Ruslan R. Laishev
> [mailto:Laishev@SMTP.DeltaTel.RU] Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2007 6:34 AM To:
> info-tcpware@process.com Subject: TCPWare-TCP 5.6-2/Alpha FTP API & Timeouts
> processing
>
>
> Hello All!
>
> We have an application which was written by using the FTP API ... sometime
> the application just hung... So is there a way to introducing "idle timeout"
> or/and "maximum session time" to handling cases when a remote site don't sent
> any responses?
>
>


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