|Subject:||Re: Shutting down application problems|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Wed, 7 Jun 2006|
"Rick" <aso3ri…@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> How to shut down an application with a TCP indy client
> running properly?
Close the client first before shutting down the application.
> If I shut, I get this error:
> socket error 10093
10093 is WSANOTINITIALISED. Sounds like you are shutting down the client
too late, after Indy has already unloaded the socket library.
> procedure shut;
Where are you calling shut() from exactly?
> // client.disconnect;
Why did you comment out the Disconnect()?
> If I also execute disconnect, I get an access violation right after
> that line (also tried it with disconnectSocket).
That suggests to me that you are calling Disconnect() on an invalid client
object. Are you calling shut() multiple times, by chance?
> what am I doing wrong?
There is no way to diagnose your problem without more details.
Shutting down application problems posted by Rick on Wed, 7 Jun 2006