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Winsock Control

Winsock Control

Winsock Control

(OP)
Hi,

Can the winsock control be used in a Class module? If not, can I still (somehow) use it in an ActiveX DLL? And if not can someone tell me where / how / what I can use to make TCP/IP connections to a server from an ActiveX DLL.

TIA.

Seyed.

RE: Winsock Control

There are some quite good examples of that in the VB Help and VB Books Online - that's where I learned to do it from.

Don't know about class modules or DLL's - sorry. Drop me an email if you'd like some example source code.

Mike

Mike Lacey
Mike_Lacey@Cargill.Com
Cargill's Corporate Web Site

RE: Winsock Control

(OP)
Its ok I've fixed the problem by using the winsock.dll directly.

If anyone wants a Class module that does mail me: seyed@mailandnews.com

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