|Subject:||Re: Indy 9 in LAN House Software|
|Posted by:||poojo hackma (poojo.com/mail)|
|Date:||Tue, 20 Dec 2005|
Do you use the Timeout feature? Wouldn't it be best to set your Timeout to
the amount of time remaining?
IMHO, a timer on the server would only slow down your server. The client's
PC should be able to keep track of the time left. Is there some security
reason for wanting to use the server's clock?
>I am developing a LAN House software with Indy 9.
> After the user logs in the cliente machine, at every second the database
> and both the user and the client GUI will be updated with the remainning
> time, time elapsed and the session ending time.
> What is the best aproch to this?
> A timer on the client, sending the information to the server at every
> A timer in the server, sending the information to every connected clieint?
> A timer for every client on the server?
> Other suggestions?
Indy 9 in LAN House Software posted by WS on Mon, 19 Dec 2005