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Thread: Partial message problem

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    Default Partial message problem

    Hi everyone,

    My sending messages may be larger than the default socket buffer size. So there may be several read operations in order to receive a complete message. When the end condition is

    n = socket.read(rbuf);	
    if(n==0) || (n==-1) 
       break;

    The exception of partial message still exists. Is any good way to solve this problem. Thanks

    I use multiple processes running on one machine. Each process uses a nio socket. Is this a possible factor to cause the partial messages?

    I need your help
    Last edited by perl0101; May 25th, 2011 at 02:13 PM.


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    Default Re: Partial message problem

    first!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Partial message problem

    Quote Originally Posted by semicolon View Post
    first!!!!!!
    What does this even mean...please do not post useless posts like this. In the future, posts such as this will be deleted by the JPF moderating team and may result in other actions

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