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  1. #1
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    Client-Server Notification

    Hi Friends,
    I am working on client-server framework.
    can any buddy please help me , how can i get notified after completing my request on server side.
    I am using SendReceive method to request to server but not getting the exact point where notification is being sent after request completion.

    Thanks
    Amit

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    Re: Client-Server Notification

    Quote Originally Posted by amit_here007 View Post
    Hi Friends,
    I am working on client-server framework.
    can any buddy please help me , how can i get notified after completing my request on server side.
    I am using SendReceive method to request to server but not getting the exact point where notification is being sent after request completion.

    Thanks
    Amit
    hi amit void CreaiappSettingItemListView::HandleWebClient1BodyReceivedL(
    CWebClientEngine& /*anEngine*/,
    const TDesC8& aBodyData)
    just override this method..
    aBodyData will have the response...
    if u want to nitify that message on screen just add below code on this method..

    HBufC* iReceivedMessage;
    iReceivedMessage = HBufC::NewL(aBodyData.Length());
    iReceivedMessage->Des().Copy(aBodyData);
    CEikonEnv::Static()->InfoWinL(*iReceivedMessage,KNullDesC);

    i hope this will be helpful for u
    -Bharathi

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