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rs
how I the client tell the server that the socket is closed? or this there an
even that informs the server that the clients socket is close?

Oh, I am using vb.net 2003

Thanks
Nov 21 '05 #1
4 6665
Untested....

Here is an example. Create a new windows app, add a checkbox a listbox
and
a button. Start the app and check the checkbox to start the server
(clear
it to shut the server down). Once the server has started click the
button
to serialise/deseleralise the object through the socket. Obviously this
works standalone, but start two instances of the app and click the
server
checkbox on one and press the button on the other and you'll see the
exact
same code sending the object to a different app. This app could even be
on
another machine.

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization
Imports System.Xml.Serialization
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary
Imports System.Net.Sockets
Imports System.Net

Public Class Form1
Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form

Private Delegate Sub UpdateListBoxDel(ByVal Data As String)
Private m_ListenerThread As Threading.Thread
Private server As New TcpListener(IPAddress.Parse("127.0.0.1"), 5000)

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Create a new object that is populated with data
Dim obj As New MyObject(1, "Adrian", "Forbes")
' Create an XmlSerializer for the MyObject type
Dim formatter As New XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

' Create new TcpClient
Dim client As TcpClient = New TcpClient

' Connect to port 5000 on the local machine
UpdateDisplay("Connecting to client", True)
client.Connect("127.0.0.1", 5000)

' Get the underlying stream
Dim stream As Stream = client.GetStream

' Seralise out instance of MyObject over the TcpClient's stream
using the XmlSerializer
UpdateDisplay("Sending..." & obj.ToString, True)
formatter.Serialize(stream, obj)

' Close the stream
stream.Close()

End Sub

Private Sub StartServer()

' This function is going to run until the server closes
' so set up a var that lets us know we want to run
Dim bRunning As Boolean = True

' Start the server
UpdateDisplay("Server starting")
server.Start()

While bRunning
Try
' This method will block until a connection is accepted
UpdateDisplay("Server waiting for connection...")
Dim client As TcpClient = server.AcceptTcpClient()

' Now we have a TcpClient with an underlying stream
' so we want to deserialise our object. This is
' pretty much the sending code in reverse.
UpdateDisplay("Server connected")
Dim Formatter As XmlSerializer = New
XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

Dim obj As MyObject =
CType(Formatter.Deserialize(client.GetStream), MyObject)

UpdateDisplay("Received " & obj.ToString)
Catch
' If we get an error such as the connection getting
' closed from under us then signal to stop running
bRunning = False
End Try

End While

' Stop the server
Debug.WriteLine("Server stopping")
server.Stop()

End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String)
' Invoke a call to update the listbox
ListBox1.Invoke(New UpdateListBoxDel(AddressOf UpdateListBox), New
Object() {Data})
End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String, ByVal Direct As Boolean)
If Direct Then
' This method will update the listbox on this thread
UpdateListBox(Data)
Else
' Otherwise use this method that will use the listbox's thread
to
' do the update
UpdateDisplay(Data)
End If
End Sub

Public Sub UpdateListBox(ByVal Data As String)
ListBox1.Items.Add(Data)
Application.DoEvents()
End Sub

Private Sub Form1_Closing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs) Handles MyBase.Closing

If Not m_ListenerThread Is Nothing Then
' If the TcpListener is listening then shut it down
StopServer()
End If

End Sub

Private Sub CheckBox1_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CheckBox1.CheckedChanged
If CheckBox1.Checked Then
' The server checkbox has been clicked so kick off a new thread
' and run our StartServer method on it
UpdateDisplay("Starting server")
m_ListenerThread = New Threading.Thread(AddressOf StartServer)
m_ListenerThread.Start()
UpdateDisplay("Started")
Else
' The checkbox has been unchecked so shut the server down
UpdateDisplay("Stopping server", True)
StopServer()
UpdateDisplay("Stopped", True)
End If
End Sub

Private Sub StopServer()

' Stop the TcpListener
server.Stop()
' and wait here for the thread to exit. The above call will cause
an
' exception in the listener thread so lets just wait until it is all
' closed up
m_ListenerThread.Join()

End Sub
End Class

<Serializable()> _
Public Class MyObject
Public EmployeeID As Long
Public Forename As String
Public Surname As String

Public Sub New(ByVal EmployeeID As Long, ByVal Forename As String, ByVal
Surname As String)
Me.EmployeeID = EmployeeID
Me.Forename = Forename
Me.Surname = Surname
End Sub

Public Sub New()
Me.EmployeeID = 0
Me.Forename = ""
Me.Surname = ""
End Sub

Public Overrides Function ToString() As String
Return EmployeeID.ToString & ": " & Surname & ", " & Forename
End Function

End Class

"rs" <aa@d.com> wrote in message news:aa@d.com:
how I the client tell the server that the socket is closed? or this there
an
even that informs the server that the clients socket is close?

Oh, I am using vb.net 2003

Thanks


Nov 21 '05 #2
Untested....

Here is an example. Create a new windows app, add a checkbox a listbox
and
a button. Start the app and check the checkbox to start the server
(clear
it to shut the server down). Once the server has started click the
button
to serialise/deseleralise the object through the socket. Obviously this
works standalone, but start two instances of the app and click the
server
checkbox on one and press the button on the other and you'll see the
exact
same code sending the object to a different app. This app could even be
on
another machine.

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization
Imports System.Xml.Serialization
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary
Imports System.Net.Sockets
Imports System.Net

Public Class Form1
Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form

Private Delegate Sub UpdateListBoxDel(ByVal Data As String)
Private m_ListenerThread As Threading.Thread
Private server As New TcpListener(IPAddress.Parse("127.0.0.1"), 5000)

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Create a new object that is populated with data
Dim obj As New MyObject(1, "Adrian", "Forbes")
' Create an XmlSerializer for the MyObject type
Dim formatter As New XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

' Create new TcpClient
Dim client As TcpClient = New TcpClient

' Connect to port 5000 on the local machine
UpdateDisplay("Connecting to client", True)
client.Connect("127.0.0.1", 5000)

' Get the underlying stream
Dim stream As Stream = client.GetStream

' Seralise out instance of MyObject over the TcpClient's stream
using the XmlSerializer
UpdateDisplay("Sending..." & obj.ToString, True)
formatter.Serialize(stream, obj)

' Close the stream
stream.Close()

End Sub

Private Sub StartServer()

' This function is going to run until the server closes
' so set up a var that lets us know we want to run
Dim bRunning As Boolean = True

' Start the server
UpdateDisplay("Server starting")
server.Start()

While bRunning
Try
' This method will block until a connection is accepted
UpdateDisplay("Server waiting for connection...")
Dim client As TcpClient = server.AcceptTcpClient()

' Now we have a TcpClient with an underlying stream
' so we want to deserialise our object. This is
' pretty much the sending code in reverse.
UpdateDisplay("Server connected")
Dim Formatter As XmlSerializer = New
XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

Dim obj As MyObject =
CType(Formatter.Deserialize(client.GetStream), MyObject)

UpdateDisplay("Received " & obj.ToString)
Catch
' If we get an error such as the connection getting
' closed from under us then signal to stop running
bRunning = False
End Try

End While

' Stop the server
Debug.WriteLine("Server stopping")
server.Stop()

End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String)
' Invoke a call to update the listbox
ListBox1.Invoke(New UpdateListBoxDel(AddressOf UpdateListBox), New
Object() {Data})
End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String, ByVal Direct As Boolean)
If Direct Then
' This method will update the listbox on this thread
UpdateListBox(Data)
Else
' Otherwise use this method that will use the listbox's thread
to
' do the update
UpdateDisplay(Data)
End If
End Sub

Public Sub UpdateListBox(ByVal Data As String)
ListBox1.Items.Add(Data)
Application.DoEvents()
End Sub

Private Sub Form1_Closing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs) Handles MyBase.Closing

If Not m_ListenerThread Is Nothing Then
' If the TcpListener is listening then shut it down
StopServer()
End If

End Sub

Private Sub CheckBox1_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CheckBox1.CheckedChanged
If CheckBox1.Checked Then
' The server checkbox has been clicked so kick off a new thread
' and run our StartServer method on it
UpdateDisplay("Starting server")
m_ListenerThread = New Threading.Thread(AddressOf StartServer)
m_ListenerThread.Start()
UpdateDisplay("Started")
Else
' The checkbox has been unchecked so shut the server down
UpdateDisplay("Stopping server", True)
StopServer()
UpdateDisplay("Stopped", True)
End If
End Sub

Private Sub StopServer()

' Stop the TcpListener
server.Stop()
' and wait here for the thread to exit. The above call will cause
an
' exception in the listener thread so lets just wait until it is all
' closed up
m_ListenerThread.Join()

End Sub
End Class

<Serializable()> _
Public Class MyObject
Public EmployeeID As Long
Public Forename As String
Public Surname As String

Public Sub New(ByVal EmployeeID As Long, ByVal Forename As String, ByVal
Surname As String)
Me.EmployeeID = EmployeeID
Me.Forename = Forename
Me.Surname = Surname
End Sub

Public Sub New()
Me.EmployeeID = 0
Me.Forename = ""
Me.Surname = ""
End Sub

Public Overrides Function ToString() As String
Return EmployeeID.ToString & ": " & Surname & ", " & Forename
End Function

End Class

"rs" <aa@d.com> wrote in message news:aa@d.com:
how I the client tell the server that the socket is closed? or this there
an
even that informs the server that the clients socket is close?

Oh, I am using vb.net 2003

Thanks


Nov 21 '05 #3
rs
to clearify what i am doing. I building a chat program. many clients
connects to one server. I am using the async socket method. how would
the server know that the socket is closed from the client side.

Thanks
scorpion53061 wrote:
Untested....

Here is an example. Create a new windows app, add a checkbox a listbox and
a button. Start the app and check the checkbox to start the server
(clear
it to shut the server down). Once the server has started click the
button
to serialise/deseleralise the object through the socket. Obviously this works standalone, but start two instances of the app and click the
server
checkbox on one and press the button on the other and you'll see the
exact
same code sending the object to a different app. This app could even be on
another machine.

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization
Imports System.Xml.Serialization
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary
Imports System.Net.Sockets
Imports System.Net

Public Class Form1
Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form

Private Delegate Sub UpdateListBoxDel(ByVal Data As String)
Private m_ListenerThread As Threading.Thread
Private server As New TcpListener(IPAddress.Parse("127.0.0.1"), 5000)

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Create a new object that is populated with data
Dim obj As New MyObject(1, "Adrian", "Forbes")
' Create an XmlSerializer for the MyObject type
Dim formatter As New XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

' Create new TcpClient
Dim client As TcpClient = New TcpClient

' Connect to port 5000 on the local machine
UpdateDisplay("Connecting to client", True)
client.Connect("127.0.0.1", 5000)

' Get the underlying stream
Dim stream As Stream = client.GetStream

' Seralise out instance of MyObject over the TcpClient's stream
using the XmlSerializer
UpdateDisplay("Sending..." & obj.ToString, True)
formatter.Serialize(stream, obj)

' Close the stream
stream.Close()

End Sub

Private Sub StartServer()

' This function is going to run until the server closes
' so set up a var that lets us know we want to run
Dim bRunning As Boolean = True

' Start the server
UpdateDisplay("Server starting")
server.Start()

While bRunning
Try
' This method will block until a connection is accepted
UpdateDisplay("Server waiting for connection...")
Dim client As TcpClient = server.AcceptTcpClient()

' Now we have a TcpClient with an underlying stream
' so we want to deserialise our object. This is
' pretty much the sending code in reverse.
UpdateDisplay("Server connected")
Dim Formatter As XmlSerializer = New
XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

Dim obj As MyObject =
CType(Formatter.Deserialize(client.GetStream), MyObject)

UpdateDisplay("Received " & obj.ToString)
Catch
' If we get an error such as the connection getting
' closed from under us then signal to stop running
bRunning = False
End Try

End While

' Stop the server
Debug.WriteLine("Server stopping")
server.Stop()

End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String)
' Invoke a call to update the listbox
ListBox1.Invoke(New UpdateListBoxDel(AddressOf UpdateListBox), New
Object() {Data})
End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String, ByVal Direct As Boolean) If Direct Then
' This method will update the listbox on this thread
UpdateListBox(Data)
Else
' Otherwise use this method that will use the listbox's thread
to
' do the update
UpdateDisplay(Data)
End If
End Sub

Public Sub UpdateListBox(ByVal Data As String)
ListBox1.Items.Add(Data)
Application.DoEvents()
End Sub

Private Sub Form1_Closing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs) Handles MyBase.Closing

If Not m_ListenerThread Is Nothing Then
' If the TcpListener is listening then shut it down
StopServer()
End If

End Sub

Private Sub CheckBox1_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CheckBox1.CheckedChanged
If CheckBox1.Checked Then
' The server checkbox has been clicked so kick off a new thread
' and run our StartServer method on it
UpdateDisplay("Starting server")
m_ListenerThread = New Threading.Thread(AddressOf StartServer)
m_ListenerThread.Start()
UpdateDisplay("Started")
Else
' The checkbox has been unchecked so shut the server down
UpdateDisplay("Stopping server", True)
StopServer()
UpdateDisplay("Stopped", True)
End If
End Sub

Private Sub StopServer()

' Stop the TcpListener
server.Stop()
' and wait here for the thread to exit. The above call will cause
an
' exception in the listener thread so lets just wait until it is all
' closed up
m_ListenerThread.Join()

End Sub
End Class

<Serializable()> _
Public Class MyObject
Public EmployeeID As Long
Public Forename As String
Public Surname As String

Public Sub New(ByVal EmployeeID As Long, ByVal Forename As String, ByVal Surname As String)
Me.EmployeeID = EmployeeID
Me.Forename = Forename
Me.Surname = Surname
End Sub

Public Sub New()
Me.EmployeeID = 0
Me.Forename = ""
Me.Surname = ""
End Sub

Public Overrides Function ToString() As String
Return EmployeeID.ToString & ": " & Surname & ", " & Forename
End Function

End Class

"rs" <aa@d.com> wrote in message news:aa@d.com:
how I the client tell the server that the socket is closed? or this there an
even that informs the server that the clients socket is close?

Oh, I am using vb.net 2003

Thanks


Nov 21 '05 #4
i already done chat programming similar mirc or pirch chat and also
server/client chat same as msn/aol/netscape, etc.

firstly, u wanted to do server/client chat.....when client connected to
server. the client also send command nick or ip address or both
whichever u like. on server side....the server requested client
connected and accept it by server. u as a server must accepted client
nick or ip address or both to stored in server's listbox. now speaking
about closing by client....when client closed connection...the client
sent command close or quit, whichever command u liked. then on client
side ....the nick or ip address or both must be removed it from
client listbox. then on server side...the server receiving client
command...the server must accepted client command then server removed
client nick or ip address or both from server lsitbox.....then take
command nick to broadcasting to all clients connected that client had
left chat room.
hope this help u.
regards,

rs wrote:
to clearify what i am doing. I building a chat program. many clients
connects to one server. I am using the async socket method. how would
the server know that the socket is closed from the client side.

Thanks
scorpion53061 wrote:

Untested....

Here is an example. Create a new windows app, add a checkbox a

listbox

and
a button. Start the app and check the checkbox to start the server
(clear
it to shut the server down). Once the server has started click the
button
to serialise/deseleralise the object through the socket. Obviously

this

works standalone, but start two instances of the app and click the
server
checkbox on one and press the button on the other and you'll see the
exact
same code sending the object to a different app. This app could even

be

on
another machine.

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization
Imports System.Xml.Serialization
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary
Imports System.Net.Sockets
Imports System.Net

Public Class Form1
Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form

Private Delegate Sub UpdateListBoxDel(ByVal Data As String)
Private m_ListenerThread As Threading.Thread
Private server As New TcpListener(IPAddress.Parse("127.0.0.1"), 5000)

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Create a new object that is populated with data
Dim obj As New MyObject(1, "Adrian", "Forbes")
' Create an XmlSerializer for the MyObject type
Dim formatter As New XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

' Create new TcpClient
Dim client As TcpClient = New TcpClient

' Connect to port 5000 on the local machine
UpdateDisplay("Connecting to client", True)
client.Connect("127.0.0.1", 5000)

' Get the underlying stream
Dim stream As Stream = client.GetStream

' Seralise out instance of MyObject over the TcpClient's stream
using the XmlSerializer
UpdateDisplay("Sending..." & obj.ToString, True)
formatter.Serialize(stream, obj)

' Close the stream
stream.Close()

End Sub

Private Sub StartServer()

' This function is going to run until the server closes
' so set up a var that lets us know we want to run
Dim bRunning As Boolean = True

' Start the server
UpdateDisplay("Server starting")
server.Start()

While bRunning
Try
' This method will block until a connection is accepted
UpdateDisplay("Server waiting for connection...")
Dim client As TcpClient = server.AcceptTcpClient()

' Now we have a TcpClient with an underlying stream
' so we want to deserialise our object. This is
' pretty much the sending code in reverse.
UpdateDisplay("Server connected")
Dim Formatter As XmlSerializer = New
XmlSerializer(GetType(MyObject))

Dim obj As MyObject =
CType(Formatter.Deserialize(client.GetStream), MyObject)

UpdateDisplay("Received " & obj.ToString)
Catch
' If we get an error such as the connection getting
' closed from under us then signal to stop running
bRunning = False
End Try

End While

' Stop the server
Debug.WriteLine("Server stopping")
server.Stop()

End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String)
' Invoke a call to update the listbox
ListBox1.Invoke(New UpdateListBoxDel(AddressOf UpdateListBox), New
Object() {Data})
End Sub

Private Sub UpdateDisplay(ByVal Data As String, ByVal Direct As

Boolean)

If Direct Then
' This method will update the listbox on this thread
UpdateListBox(Data)
Else
' Otherwise use this method that will use the listbox's thread
to
' do the update
UpdateDisplay(Data)
End If
End Sub

Public Sub UpdateListBox(ByVal Data As String)
ListBox1.Items.Add(Data)
Application.DoEvents()
End Sub

Private Sub Form1_Closing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs) Handles MyBase.Closing

If Not m_ListenerThread Is Nothing Then
' If the TcpListener is listening then shut it down
StopServer()
End If

End Sub

Private Sub CheckBox1_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CheckBox1.CheckedChanged
If CheckBox1.Checked Then
' The server checkbox has been clicked so kick off a new thread
' and run our StartServer method on it
UpdateDisplay("Starting server")
m_ListenerThread = New Threading.Thread(AddressOf StartServer)
m_ListenerThread.Start()
UpdateDisplay("Started")
Else
' The checkbox has been unchecked so shut the server down
UpdateDisplay("Stopping server", True)
StopServer()
UpdateDisplay("Stopped", True)
End If
End Sub

Private Sub StopServer()

' Stop the TcpListener
server.Stop()
' and wait here for the thread to exit. The above call will cause
an
' exception in the listener thread so lets just wait until it is all
' closed up
m_ListenerThread.Join()

End Sub
End Class

<Serializable()> _
Public Class MyObject
Public EmployeeID As Long
Public Forename As String
Public Surname As String

Public Sub New(ByVal EmployeeID As Long, ByVal Forename As String,

ByVal

Surname As String)
Me.EmployeeID = EmployeeID
Me.Forename = Forename
Me.Surname = Surname
End Sub

Public Sub New()
Me.EmployeeID = 0
Me.Forename = ""
Me.Surname = ""
End Sub

Public Overrides Function ToString() As String
Return EmployeeID.ToString & ": " & Surname & ", " & Forename
End Function

End Class

"rs" <aa@d.com> wrote in message news:aa@d.com:

how I the client tell the server that the socket is closed? or this

there

an
even that informs the server that the clients socket is close?

Oh, I am using vb.net 2003

Thanks



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