|Subject:||Re: Using TIdEventLog with Indy 10.5.7 not sure what change is needed|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau \(Indy Team\) (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Oct 2009|
"Frank Bishop" <francis12…@fairpoint.net> wrote in message
> now moving to 10.5.7 I can no longer use
> IdSMTP1.Intercept := IdLogEvent1;
> when attempting to use it at design time it says property intercept
> does not exist
Yes, it does. It is declared as published in TIdTCPConnection, which is an
ancestor of TIdSMTP:
TIdTCPConnection = class(TIdComponent)
property Intercept: TIdConnectionIntercept read GetIntercept write
I suspect you are not actually using 10.5.7 to begin with. That value does
the connection's Version property actually report?
> Also I other point I'm using
> and IdLogEvent1Status
> instead of
> and OnSend
That is fine.
> On Receive and OnSend are just another flavor of Received and
> Sent using strings instead of a TIdBytes Buffer ?
Partly, yes. OnReceive/Send provides just the raw data as-is, nothing more.
In TIdLogEvent and other descendants, OnReceived/Sent can optionally have
timestamps prepended to each string, and remove line breaks.
Remy Lebeau (TeamB)
Using TIdEventLog with Indy 10.5.7 not sure what change is needed posted by Frank Bishop on Thu, 29 Oct 2009