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CKHttp HttpBeginReceive() is not called

Oct 01 '13 at 09:27


i use the CkHttp library in MFC.

while implementing i followed this example:

This functions are called:

void PercentDone(int pctDone, bool *abort) 
virtual void ReceiveRate(unsigned long byteCount, unsigned long bytesPerSec)
virtual void AbortCheck(bool* abort)
 virtual void ProgressInfo(const char* name, const char* value)

But this are not called:

void HttpBeginReceive(void)
virtual void HttpEndReceive(bool success)

why not?


And there is a new problem in void PercentDone(int pctDone, bool *abort).

If i set *abort = true, the Download will not abort. It stops but the http.Download(..) function not stops.

Can you please help me? Is there a Bug in your Library or do i something wrong?


Is there a mistake in your library?

To test it, i maked a new small projekt and implemented this example:

The method: void HttpBeginReceive(void) ist never called. Why?


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