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Hi, I'm trying to build a webservice using Overbyte ICS THTTPAppServer component, i plan to run it as a windows service, i've setup the windows service but got problem when trying the AddGetHandler, the class to handle the request seems not recognized. It failed on line : 948 : TMyHttpHandler(Proc)(FLags); on file OverbyteIcsHttpAppServer.pas. It cause access violation. My Setup is the usual windows service template, and i run the HTTPAppServer on serviceStart event The webserver is working, i'm trying using the FHTTPServer.AddGetAllowedPath('/', afBeginBy); routine and it can handle the request Problem only when try to access the URLHandler. so is it possible to make HTTPAppServer as windows service? And how to setup it correctly Thank you
I'm trying to receive UDP packets which are sent to a multicast group. I can see the packets being received in WireShark (dest ip = 18.104.22.168 dest port = 1120), and can receive the data using an example python script I found on the net, meaning that UDP multicast group and port are correct. I'm creating an UDP server like this: var UDPServer: TWSocketServer; begin UDPServer := TWSocketServer.Create(Self); UDPServer.Proto := 'udp'; UDPServer.Addr := '0.0.0.0'; UDPServer.Port := '1120'; UDPServer.MultiCast := true; UDPServer.ReuseAddr := true; UDPServer.MultiCastAddrStr := '22.214.171.124'; UDPServer.OnDataAvailable := OnUDPDataAvailable; UDPServer.Listen(); end; The OnUDPDataAvailable is never called, am I missing something here in setting the server up properly to listen for this group?