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TITLE : How To Upload Files to the Internet Information Server - wang102010“I - CSDN”Ž‹q
if (!(bRet=InternetWriteFile( hRequest, pBuffer, dwBytesRead,.......
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TITLE : Things... :: Using HttpSendRequestEx for large POST requests
Check what your code's behavior is when InternetWriteFile() returns false, and GetLastError returns ERROR_IO_PENDING. An experienced programmer might be able to get things right, but without much knowledge about asynchronous IO the above situation was very confusing........
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TITLE : Things... :: Using HttpSendRequestEx for large POST requests
What happens when InternetWriteFile() return false, and the reason was because IO operation was already pending? What is your guess??? The problem that I had resulted from not knowing the exact behavior for such situation........
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TITLE : Things... :: Using HttpSendRequestEx for large POST requests
When InternetWriteFile() returns false due to ERROR_IO_PENDING, the write operation takes place after the current pending operation(maybe it's the read operation on the buffer for the actual writing operation on the network that is pending) is finished. When that write operation is finished after the pending operation is finished, the out parameter which indicates the written number of bytes is updated........
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TITLE : Things... :: Using HttpSendRequestEx for large POST requests
When posting large data, InternetWriteFile() must be called several times in order to send data in portions. If you want to get things done right, the calculation of how much data has been sent so far must be accurate. And the calculation cannot be accurate if the information of number of bytes written resulting from InternetWriteFile() is inaccurate. And since the information is not updated accurately until the operation has finished, it has to wait........
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TITLE : File Transfer Protocol (FTP) :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
Sending a file to an FTP server is essentially the same operation as downloading a file: First open a file connection handle using FtpOpenFile(), and then write the data in "blocks" to the server using the InternetWriteFile() function. When you call FtpOpenFile() to send a file, be sure to specify GENERIC_WRITE for the dwAccess parameter. InternetWriteFile() is defined as follows:.......
http://etutorials.org/Programming/Pocket+pc+network+programming/Chapter+2.+WinInet/File+Transfer+Protocol+FTP/
TITLE : File Transfer Protocol (FTP) :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
BOOL InternetWriteFile(HINTERNET hFile, LPCVOID lpBuffer,.......
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TITLE : File Transfer Protocol (FTP) :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
To use InternetWriteFile(), you will need to pass in the HINTERNET handle you received from the original call to FtpOpenFile() in the hFile parameter. The lpBuffer parameter contains a pointer to the buffer of data that you want to send to the server, whose size is specified by a DWORD that you place in dwNumberOfBytesToWrite. Finally, lpdwNumberOfBytesWritten returns a pointer to a DWORD value that specifies the number of bytes that were sent to the server........
http://etutorials.org/Programming/Pocket+pc+network+programming/Chapter+2.+WinInet/File+Transfer+Protocol+FTP/
TITLE : File Transfer Protocol (FTP) :: Chapter 2. WinInet :: Pocket pc network programming :: Programming :: eTutorials.org
fSuccess = InternetWriteFile(hTransfer, lpBuffer, dwRead,.......
http://etutorials.org/Programming/Pocket+pc+network+programming/Chapter+2.+WinInet/File+Transfer+Protocol+FTP/
TITLE : diary/ig021205.src.md at master ‘µ igapyon/diary ‘µ GitHub
if (InternetWriteFile(hrequest, szBuf, 5, &dwSize) == FALSE).......
http://github.com/igapyon/diary/blob/master/2002/ig021205.src.md
TITLE : Asynchronous Example Application (Windows)
BOOL InternetWriteFile(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa385128(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : Asynchronous Example Application (Windows)
Success = InternetWriteFile(ReqContext->RequestHandle,.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/cc185684(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : winapi - WinInet - can't remove Content-Length from headers to manually chunk an upload - Stack Overflow
if(InternetWriteFile(.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10050153/wininet-cant-remove-content-length-from-headers-to-manually-chunk-an-upload
TITLE : winapi - WinInet - can't remove Content-Length from headers to manually chunk an upload - Stack Overflow
InternetOpen(), 2. InternetConnect(), 3. HttpOpenRequest(), 4. HttpAddRequestHeaders(), 5. HttpSendRequestEx(), 6. InternetWriteFile(), 7. HttpEndRequest(), 8. InternetCloseHandle() ? ribram Apr 9 '12 at 14:05.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10050153/wininet-cant-remove-content-length-from-headers-to-manually-chunk-an-upload
TITLE : C++ FTP writing to file is not working - Stack Overflow
InternetWriteFile(hFile,text,strlen(text),NULL);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20364482/c-ftp-writing-to-file-is-not-working
TITLE : C++ FTP writing to file is not working - Stack Overflow
BOOL Success = InternetWriteFile(hFile, text, strlen(text), &wb);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20364482/c-ftp-writing-to-file-is-not-working
TITLE : c++ - how to send a zip file using wininet in my vc++ application - Stack Overflow
InternetWriteFile(hRequest, (const void*)head, strlen(head), &bytesWritten);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6407755/how-to-send-a-zip-file-using-wininet-in-my-vc-application
TITLE : c++ - how to send a zip file using wininet in my vc++ application - Stack Overflow
InternetWriteFile(hRequest, (const void*)data, dataSize, &bytesWritten);.......
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TITLE : c++ - how to send a zip file using wininet in my vc++ application - Stack Overflow
InternetWriteFile(hRequest, (const void*)tail, strlen(tail), &bytesWritten);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6407755/how-to-send-a-zip-file-using-wininet-in-my-vc-application
TITLE : How to use HttpSendRequestEx with password-protected URLs - Ÿ´—ÑšF - ”Ž‹q
InternetWriteFile().......
http://www.cnblogs.com/huqingyu/archive/2009/03/04/1403472.html
TITLE : Get web page using WinInet class wrapper
tf = InternetWriteFile(hHttpRequest, buff, sizeof(buff), &bytesWritten);.......
http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/i-n/internet/generalinternet/article.php/c3411/Get-web-page-using-WinInet-class-wrapper.htm
TITLE : InternetWriteFile successing but nothing is writen? - CodeProject
InternetWriteFile( hRequest_, /*smallBuff*/"hi sala", 8,&dwBytesWritten);.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/501565/InternetWriteFileplussuccessingplusbutplusnothingp
TITLE : General Win32 Internet Functions
BOOL InternetWriteFile(.......
http://www.graphcomp.com/info/specs/ms/inetr002.htm
TITLE : Monitoring Zeus P2P and Dyreza with malware lofts - Lexsi Security Hub
* InternetWriteFile(): the 2nd argument points to data to be transmitted to the server (POST requests, several consecutive calls possible).......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), BUFFER_SIZE, iWritten) = 0 Then.......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), iSize Mod BUFFER_SIZE,.......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
> If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), BUFFER_SIZE, iWritten) = 0 Then.......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
> If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), iSize Mod BUFFER_SIZE,.......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
> If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), BUFFER_SIZE, iWritten) = 0 Then.......
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TITLE : Sample VBA code to open an Visual-Studio-2008-created VBA DLL | PC Review
> If InternetWriteFile(hFile, FileData(0), iSize Mod BUFFER_SIZE,.......
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TITLE : About upload a file to HFS by a Delphi Client
InternetWriteFile(httpRequest, Pointer(pBuffer), Count, oBytesWritten);.......
http://www.rejetto.com/forum/hfs-~-http-file-server/about-upload-a-file-to-hfs-by-a-delphi-client/
TITLE : The advanced Windows socket programming using MFC WinInet class and Winsock class testing the web client and server sample programs with detailed discussion on what is happening
If you have an ordinary CFile object, it has a 32-bit HANDLE data member that represents the underlying disk file. A CInternetFile object uses the same m_hFile data member, but that data member holds a 32-bit Internet file handle of type HINTERNET, which is not interchangeable with a HANDLE. The CInternetFile overridden member functions use this handle to call WinInet functions such as InternetReadFile() and InternetWriteFile()........
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