C language function:ConnectEx sample codes

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TITLE : vixDiskLibSample 6.0 program dumps core at VixD... |VMware Communities
The command does not contain the ssmoref and transportmode, so it will just use the connect() call rather than connectEx().. Provide the VM moref and snapshot moref. Instead of /dev/null, give out the path to the config file........
http://communities.vmware.com/thread/508972


TITLE : win32file
Version of connect that uses Overlapped I/O ConnectEx(sock, (addr, port), buf, overlap).......
http://docs.activestate.com/activepython/2.6/pywin32/win32file.html
TITLE : Working ConnectEx example GitHub
ok = mswsock.ConnectEx(sock, (SOCKADDR*) &addr, sizeof(addr), NULL, 0, NULL, &ol);.......
http://gist.github.com/joeyadams/4158972
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
* func ConnectEx(fd Handle, sa Sockaddr, sendBuf *byte, sendDataLen uint32, bytesSent *uint32, overlapped *Overlapped) error.......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
* func LoadConnectEx() error.......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
func ConnectEx(fd Handle, sa Sockaddr, sendBuf *byte, sendDataLen uint32, bytesSent *uint32, overlapped *Overlapped) error.......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : windows - GoDoc
func LoadConnectEx() error.......
http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/sys/windows
TITLE : Accessing PLC variables in synchronous/asynchronous/connected modes
adsResult := AdsOcx1.AdsDisconnectEx( hConnect );.......
http://infosys.beckhoff.com/content/1033/tcsample_bdelphi/html/tcadsocx_delphi_sample01.htm
TITLE : Accessing PLC variables in synchronous/asynchronous/connected modes
adsResult := AdsOcx1.AdsDisconnectEx( hConnect );.......
http://infosys.beckhoff.com/content/1033/tcsample_bdelphi/html/tcadsocx_delphi_sample01.htm
TITLE : ConnectEx function (Windows)
BOOL PASCAL ConnectEx(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/ms737606.aspx
TITLE : visual c++ - Where is ConnectEx defined? - Stack Overflow
If you read further into the MSDN article for ConnectEx() you mentioned, it says:.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10967516/where-is-connectex-defined
TITLE : visual c++ - Where is ConnectEx defined? - Stack Overflow
Unlike other Windows API functions, ConnectEx() must be loaded at runtime, as the header file doesn't actually contain a function declaration for ConnectEx() (it does have a typedef for the function called LPFN_CONNECTEX) and the documentation doesn't specifically mention a specific library that you must link to in order for this to work (which is usually the case for other Windows API functions)........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10967516/where-is-connectex-defined
TITLE : visual c++ - Where is ConnectEx defined? - Stack Overflow
How to Get ConnectEx() pointer.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10967516/where-is-connectex-defined
TITLE : windows - ConnectEx requires the socket to be "initially bound", but to what? - Stack Overflow
ok = mswsock.ConnectEx(sock, (SOCKADDR*) &addr, sizeof(addr), NULL, 0, NULL, &ol);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13598530/connectex-requires-the-socket-to-be-initially-bound-but-to-what
TITLE : windows - ConnectEx requires the socket to be "initially bound", but to what? - Stack Overflow
It seems pretty curious that Microsoft didn't manage to have ConnectEx() call bind() internally, considering that saving system calls is the motivation for its existence, and also considering that most programs never bind an outbound socket at all........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13598530/connectex-requires-the-socket-to-be-initially-bound-but-to-what
TITLE : c++ - WSAConnect() vs ConnectEx() - Stack Overflow
WSAConnect() vs ConnectEx().......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36149270/wsaconnect-vs-connectex
TITLE : c++ - WSAConnect() vs ConnectEx() - Stack Overflow
I am using IOCP in my client, but I find it more convenient to use a blocking call when connecting to the server. So is there any problem in using the blocking WSAConnect() instead of the non-blocking ConnectEx() when working with IOCP?.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36149270/wsaconnect-vs-connectex
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
How to Get ConnectEx() pointer.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
I'm using MS Detours and I want get the ConnectEx() pointer but is load at run time, how to get pointer and use with MS Detours?.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
ConnectEx() is not an exported DLL function. Per the ConnectEx() documentation:.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
Once you have a pointer to ConnectEx(), you can detour it. Depending on the version of MSDetours you are using, you can either:.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
BOOL WINAPI MyConnectEx(SOCKET s, const struct sockaddr *name, int namelen, PVOID lpSendBuffer, DWORD dwSendDataLength, LPDWORD lpdwBytesSent, LPOVERLAPPED lpOverlapped).......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
return Trampoline_ConnectEx(s, name, namelen, lpSendBuffer, dwSendDataLength, lpdwBytesSent, lpOverlapped);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
BOOL WINAPI MyConnectEx(SOCKET s, const struct sockaddr *name, int namelen, PVOID lpSendBuffer, DWORD dwSendDataLength, LPDWORD lpdwBytesSent, LPOVERLAPPED lpOverlapped).......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : c++ - How to Get ConnectEx() pointer - Stack Overflow
return Trampoline_ConnectEx(s, name, namelen, lpSendBuffer, dwSendDataLength, lpdwBytesSent, lpOverlapped);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41733041/how-to-get-connectex-pointer
TITLE : Asynchronous I/O in Windows for Unix Programmers
Windows: ConnectEx().......
http://tinyclouds.org/iocp-links.html
TITLE : Asynchronous I/O in Windows for Unix Programmers
Graceful Shutdown, Linger Options, and Socket Closure DisconnectEx().......
http://tinyclouds.org/iocp-links.html
TITLE : Asynchronous I/O in Windows for Unix Programmers
* ConnectEx().......
http://tinyclouds.org/iocp-links.html
TITLE : IOCP - Coast Research Software Development
* ConnectEx().......
http://www.coastrd.com/windows-iocp
TITLE : IOCP - Coast Research Software Development
* DisconnectEx().......
http://www.coastrd.com/windows-iocp
TITLE : A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 3 - CodeProject
I'm programming an IOCP-Peer, which meens that the peer acts as the server as well as the client at the same time. I have reimplemented lots of your excellent code. Everything works well. Now I try to use AcceptEx which does'nt make any problems. But what I can't get running is to replace ::connect(...) with ::ConnectEx(...)........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/2374/A-reusable-high-performance-socket-server-class
TITLE : A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 3 - CodeProject
if (!XFWinSockEx::ConnectEx(m_hSocket, (LPSOCKADDR)&sa, sizeof(sa), NULL, 0, NULL, pBuffer)).......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/2374/A-reusable-high-performance-socket-server-class
TITLE : Winsock, ConnectEx, shutdown, SO_UPDATE_CONNECT_CONTEXT and WSANOTCONN - Rambling Comments
I have some problem with using ConnectEx(). The function return an error code 10022. The following sample was found on-line on game forum. It simulates the problem that I have in my code. I don't know why the code gave the error on my XP Pro SP2........
http://www.lenholgate.com/blog/2005/05/winsock-connectex-shutdown-so-update-connect-context-and-wsanotconn.html
TITLE : Winsock, ConnectEx, shutdown, SO_UPDATE_CONNECT_CONTEXT and WSANOTCONN - Rambling Comments
printf("\n\nlpfnConnectEx(...):\n");.......
http://www.lenholgate.com/blog/2005/05/winsock-connectex-shutdown-so-update-connect-context-and-wsanotconn.html
TITLE : Winsock, ConnectEx, shutdown, SO_UPDATE_CONNECT_CONTEXT and WSANOTCONN - Rambling Comments
bRet = lpfnConnectEx(.......
http://www.lenholgate.com/blog/2005/05/winsock-connectex-shutdown-so-update-connect-context-and-wsanotconn.html
TITLE : 3D-FTP Version History
* FIXED: Bug: API ConnectEx() in API didn't use global firewall settings.......
http://www.sitedesigner.com/3dftp_versions.htm
TITLE : The Winsock overlapped model programming tutorial with event notification
ConnectEx().......
http://www.winsocketdotnetworkprogramming.com/winsock2programming/winsock2advancediomethod5e.html
TITLE : The Winsock overlapped model programming tutorial with event notification
DisconnectEx().......
http://www.winsocketdotnetworkprogramming.com/winsock2programming/winsock2advancediomethod5e.html
TITLE : Network Programming with IOCP and Thread Pool – Intro | The Game Programmer Writing
If itfs not confusing enough, I can tell you that there are also special socket functions which are Microsoft-specific extensions to the Windows Sockets specification. For example, ConnectEx(), AcceptEx() and etc. These functions are to fully utilize IOCP power for all IO operations including receive (read) and send (write)........
http://young2code.wordpress.com/2009/08/16/network-programming-with-iocp-and-thread-pool-intro/
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