Delays when using ITC in VB6 
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 Delays when using ITC in VB6

Using the ITC to transmit a file to an FTP server.  All the transfer stuff
happens nicely, but when I exit the subform the transfer is run from there
is a delay that interestingly enough corresponds to the .RequestTimeout
value.  It seems like I don't know how to actually get the control to end
it's session.  Here is what I have tried:

In the Form_Unload event, I included the following commands individually,
none of which seemed to work:

Inet1.Execute , "close"
Inet1.Execute , "quit"

In the State_Changed event, I used the same three methods as above when the
state was icResponseCompleted.  Some of these also included one of the above
commands in Form_Unload, and sometimes these were commented out.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to tell ITC "OK, you're done now -
you don't have to do anything any more, so shut yourself down"


Scott Smith
Michigan State University
Human Resource Information Systems

Sat, 14 Aug 2004 04:00:00 GMT  
 [ 1 post ] 

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