|Subject:||Re: TIdFTPServer, Indy 10, ABORting transfers|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Dec 2005|
"Nicklas Bergfeldt" <nicklas.bergfel…@his.se> wrote in message
> Indy get stuck in an infinite loop in:
> function TIdFTPServer.ReadCommandLine(AContext: TIdContext): string;
> - The server completely halts and won't function any more...
ReadCommandLine() is called in multiple places, so you need to be more
> Then, when the above has been fixed, I would also like to
> be able to abort a transfer from the server side...
TIdFTPServerContext has a KillDataChannel() method. It is protected, so
you'll have to derive your own class from TIdFTPServerContext in order to
gain access to it. You can then set the server's ContextClass property
before activating the server.
TIdFTPServer, Indy 10, ABORting transfers posted by Nicklas Bergfeldt on Sat, 10 Dec 2005