Re: CAsyncSocket OnReceive() never called

john wayne <>
2 May 2007 04:09:05 -0700
On 30 Apr, 19:55, Joseph M. Newcomer <> wrote:

I've never had Connect fail to call OnConnect. You would have to show some code here. For
example, the code where you do the connection.

Here's the code from my async client. This happens to be in a UI thread.

       { /* failed */
        DWORD err = ::GetLastError();
        ASSERT(target != NULL);
        if(target != NULL)
           target->PostMessage(UWM_NETWORK_ERROR, (WPARAM)err,
        return FALSE;
       } /* failed */

    if(m_port == 0)
       m_port = PORT_NUM; // default port number
    // Try to connect to the peer
    if (m_socket.Connect(m_ServerName, m_port) == 0)
       { /* connect failed */
        DWORD err = ::GetLastError();
        if (err != WSAEWOULDBLOCK)
           { /* serious failure */
            //error in the connection process, terminate myself
            ASSERT(target != NULL);
            if(target != NULL)
               target->PostMessage(UWM_NETWORK_ERROR, (WPARAM)err,
            return FALSE;
           } /* serious failure */
       } /* connect failed */

On 30 Apr 2007 10:35:30 -0700, john wayne <> wrote:

I've a question for you. When I try to "connect" a CAsyncSocket in a
no blocked way I'm not able to get the connection. The OnConnect()
method is never called. If I block the socket I'm able to connect the
socket in a microsecond. Infact I block the socket only in that moment
and when I have the connection I unblock it. Have you another way on
how to connect a socket not blocking it?

Joseph M. Newcomer [MVP]
MVP Tips:

My code is exactly like your. "m_socket" is CAsyncSocket derivated? In
anyway if I try to connect that socket without to block it "connect"
fail with the message: "The socket is marked as nonblocking and the
connection cannot be completed immediately" . OnConnect() is never
called after this. If I block the socket and connect it to server and
port it work very fine

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