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Declaration

Delphi

function  SetTCPConnectionOptions(arguments :PANSICHAR; arglen : integer):boolean; register;

C/C++

SOPAD_API BOOL SetTCPConnectionOptions(char *arguments, arglen : integer) stdcall;

 

ActiveX

HRESULT _stdcall SetTCPConnectionOptions([in] BSTR arguments, [in] long argLen, [out, retval] VARIANT_BOOL* Result);

 

Description

The function SetTCPConnectionOptions allows to change the TCP-IP settings while runtime. The config.ini is still required, because this function only overrides the initial values from the INI file. If you don´t have a Config.ini you will get an Error about missing Configuration, to solve this Problem you can place a config.ini with IP 0.0.0.0 inside your application folder.

Arguments

connectionsettings

String value, which contains the IP and Port of the client

length

Numerical value with length of the connectionsettings string

Structure of the connectionsettings

The String contains the IP-Address (or Hostname) and the Port of the Client.

Example: 

"ip=192.168.5.77; port=8888"

Sample

C#
string connectionsettings = "ip=192.168.5.77; port=8888";
bool con = SigDev.SetTCPConnectionOptions(connectionsettings, connectionsettings.Length);
VB.Net
Dim TCPSettings As String
TCPSettings = "ip=192.168.5.77;port=8888"
SignatureDevice.SetTCPConnectionOptions(TCPSettings, TCPSettings.Length)
Delphi
procedure TFormMain.setTcpOptions1Click(Sender: TObject);
Var arguments:AnsiString;
Var argsLen : integer;
var retval :boolean;
begin
    arguments := 'ip=192.168.5.77;port=8888';
    argsLen := Length(arguments);
    retval := MYSOPadDll.SetTCPConnectionOptions(PAnsiChar(arguments),argsLen);
end;
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