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Asynchronous socket timeout?

Hello,

How can I set timeout on the send for an asynchronous socket? I use the
setsocketoption 's timeout but it does not seem work. The program is blocked
at the socket's EndSend step until the remote side closes the connection.

Thanks in advance,

Franky
Dec 9 '05 #1
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From the docs of SendTimeout option:
"Send a time-out. This option applies only to synchronous methods; it has no
effect on asynchronous methods such as the BeginSend method".

Do you know why server doesn't receive data?

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Hello,

How can I set timeout on the send for an asynchronous socket? I use the
setsocketoption 's timeout but it does not seem work. The program is
blocked
at the socket's EndSend step until the remote side closes the connection.

Thanks in advance,

Franky

Dec 9 '05 #2

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