I am working on an FTP client, using the WinINet. I stated that sometimes there are extremely long timeouts (such as 5 minutes). Is there any possibility to set the maximum timeout of M$ FTP functions? Examples?
Posted on 2001-08-10 08:37:36 by sch.jnn
Hi.
I don't know anything about Wininet..but a simple Google search shielded the following:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q224/3/18.ASP

Hope that helps.


Latigo
Posted on 2001-08-10 10:33:43 by latigo
:grin: Yes, that was it!!!

Thank you very much for your help!
Posted on 2001-08-10 15:16:49 by sch.jnn
You're welcome ;)


Ltg
Posted on 2001-08-10 15:23:38 by latigo
I'm surprised why people can't make a simple google search themselves...
not trying to sound unfriendly, just wondering. Because I see this
quite a lot :/
Posted on 2001-08-10 21:27:03 by f0dder

I'm surprised why people can't make a simple google search themselves...
not trying to sound unfriendly, just wondering. Because I see this
quite a lot :/


We do Google searches all the time, but someone knows exactly how and where to look at, and maybe english spoken, they have less probability to miss the right hint. M$ has about 1 million (!) of more or less good hints available, but I didn't find the right one. We have MSDN Enterprise edition too, but it's just the same dilemma. I've been trying for weeks. And just one question here turned out to be the right hit! :) On the other hand, we help each other as good as we can, don't we?
Posted on 2001-08-11 09:14:41 by sch.jnn
Ooops, that smiley should have been a :) not a :/. It's good that
we help eachother, yes. I do agree that the net (or even a "minor"
thing such as MSDN) can be very very hard to search through.

Perhaps one of the most important things in these times is to learn
effective searching strategies... :)
Posted on 2001-08-11 09:31:17 by f0dder