Re: MFC Not Triggering OnReceive

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Fri, 27 Apr 2007 14:58:48 GMT
There are alot of possibilities but the most common one is you might have
done something that blocks the message pump.


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On Apr 25, 4:46 pm, "AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <A...@online.nospam> wrote:

I am sorry but it's most like a problem with your program. Create a
simple program that listens for a connection, accepts the connection and
send and receives data, and see if you can still recreate the problem.

If you can with the simple program then post the code here.


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Hello, I am writing adding simple socket communication to a larger
program and i cannot get myonReceiveto trigger. I have created the
server and when i do a netstat -a i can see my socket listening but
when i send data to it the buffer receives the data but theonReceive
method is never called so i cant handle the incoming data. Can anyone
tell me what might cause theMFCcode to not trigger its callback
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I can create a simple program that works, but the wizard is setting
everything up for me. Inside of my larger app I can use the wizard to
create an entire new application using windows sockets. it's my
understanding that once the socket's buffer is filled with data that
the framework automatically calls the OnReceive function. In my
application this isnt happening. What are some of the reasons why the
framework wouldn't call the OnReceive function? Is there somewhere
that the function needs to be registered or something? I'm lost
because i can establish a connection and send data to the buffer but
my OnReceive method is never triggered. Any suggestions would be
greatly appreciated.

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