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  • Can I interrupt a ServerSocket method?

    In one of my main threads in Java, I'm using a "while(listening)" loop that calls "accept()" on my ServerSocket object. Next, a new client thread is automatically made and it's added to a collection. Now, there's also an "Admin" thread that I want to use for commands, like exit, which would cause...

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  • How to code RAW Berkley sockets on TCP/IP?

    How does one create RAW Berkley sockets on TCP/IP? I’ve read a few tutorials, but all seem to be overwritten. I’m looking for the easiest and most straightforward way to do it.

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  • What does flushing a socket mean?

    From a networking standpoint, I have some knowledge about socket selectors but I'm still have difficultly in understanding why you need to flush a socket. What does that actually mean? Do the bits remain in memory until they get pushed off? Can anybody tell me what's really going with flushing...

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  • How to manually close a TCP socket

    My partner and I currently have a Python app that opens A TCP socket that communicates with another Python app on a separate host. Every once in a while, we notice the program either errors or we kill it. When that happens, the socket is still open for some time. Every time after we go to run the...

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  • How can I open a socket in Python

    I'm looking to open a TCP client socket in Python and I need some help. Would I have to go all the way through the low-level BSD socket handle or is there an easier way?

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  • What are the three components that must conform to the same socket type?

    list 3 component that must conform to the same socket type

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  • Service enable existing RPG code non-invasively

    G'day, Appreciate any viewpoint on the 'best' tool/technique for exposing the existing RPG code as services, so that it can be consumed by Web interface and/or mobile interface (along side Green screen). This has to be non-invasive; without touching the code. Also appreciate any drawback of...

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  • Is a special authority needed for active socket connections?

    Audit log entries for the user QTMHHTTP of type AF subtype K are created, if a PHP script requests a socket connection like LDAP or HTTP with CURL. Does QTMHHTTP need a special authority for this? Which one: *IOSYSCFG, *JOBCTL ... ?

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  • Encrypt TCP messages

    What is the best way to encrypt proprietary (non-XML) messages over a TCP socket from the iSeries? I am currently using IBM's QZRDSSRV API's to do the sends and receives and create the socket connections, but those API's don't support encryption.

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  • Full data in socket

    Hello, I have a C server and flex client.  Server sends data to client depending upon the commands sent by the client.  For example, if the commad is 1 the server would read a file and send the content to the file, if the command is 2 then it would read another file and send the contents to the...

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  • PIP1 socket file not getting created

    I am trying to connect the VMWare serial console from my ESX host. The steps I followed: 1. Made the changes into the virtual machine properties.       serialport 1: use named pipe       pipe name: /vmfs/volumes/Storage1/vm1/pipe1       near end: server       far end: the virtual...

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  • iSeries Asynchronous Socket Error 10053

    I use software called RPGsp on my XP professional PC to write web pages that uses our information on the I Series main frame, that is using version 5.4. It uses a FTP connection on the I Series to move the data. Every thing works fine in the morning but after 1:00 p.m. I start getting the message,...

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  • RS-232 Port Buffer – Hardware protection

    I am looking for a device that attaches between the RS-232 port on a computer (in this case a laptop) and a Serial device (in this case an old programmable logic controller) that acts as a signal buffer. I'm NOT looking for something that stores data, rather I'm looking for a device that will...

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  • Series and GSE675 Scale

    With the GSE675 scale I can place an ethernet card in order to communicate over the network like an ASCII device. Any socket developers with examples how to capture and store information?

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