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HC3 net.TCPSocket() not working or what I am doing wrong?


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Hi!

 

I am trying to rewrite my VD(HC2) for using as Quick App on HC3.

My VD is requesting TCP-Modbus converter which is connected to some RS485 device. My VD worked like charm on a HC2 but I need it also to convert for using on a HC3 as QA.

 

Seems to be not so hard a task, but I am stuck.

 

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But I got only:

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What I am doing wrong? TCP-Modbus converter worknig well and connection can be successfully established using HC2.

But on HC3 I never got CONNECTED or ERROR message. Just NOTHING.

 

Maybe this is some sort of HC3 issue?

 

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Have you seen the manual for QuickApps? There are some net.TCPSocket examples with the right syntax you could start with. 

 

 

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  • Sure, now I am understand. 

     

     

    local sock = Net.FTcpSocket(usrIp, usrPort)

     

    was sync, but

     

    local sock = net.TCPSocket()

     

    is async....

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    not ip, port

    it need the number to connect not text

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