[Jslib] socket.xul problem
mporch at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 17 00:52:04 EDT 2005
I have a correction to my email below
Status is set to "socket is not connected" when I press "Connected?" or
Status is set to "an attempt was made to open the socket" when I press
Sorry for the confusion.
I also have a small addition
"Socket.write: Not Connected."
Again, thanks for your help,
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>I am developing a XUL application that will depend on socket communication.
> I am having a problem getting started with socket.js. I load socket.xul
>and attempt to connect to my network target and it does not work. My
>network target is a custom application on port 50008.
>I typed the IP address into the host field.
>I typed the port into the port field (50007)
>I clicked "Open" - status set to "socket is not connected"
>I clicked "Connected?" - status set to "socket is not connected"
>JSLib version 0.1.290
>Microsoft Windows SP Professional Version 2002 SP2
>With a seperate Java application I have written, I am able to connect to
>this port successfully from my computer. Any insights as to what I might
>need to configure in my environment would be appreciated.
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