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  • in reply to: Restrict access to builtin WebSocket Webserver #695
    fishfeeder
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    Hi again,

    just had time to test the driver again. Had to make some minor changes, but it works now as expected!

    Thanks for your help!

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    in reply to: Restrict access to builtin WebSocket Webserver #694
    fishfeeder
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    Hi Dierk,

    i only check for a CR return because the manual says:

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    The projector may send a return code (0Dh) after it has received a command.If the command isn’t received correctly, the projector will not send the returncode

    But as you noticed, the code is bogus. Because in the if and else ioresult is returned. Thats for sure a problem and your solution should be used.

    Thanks for your quick reply,
    Kilian
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    in reply to: Restrict access to builtin WebSocket Webserver #688
    fishfeeder
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    Hi Dirk,

    just polished the driver, please give the driver a review.

    Thanks,
    fishfeeder

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by Dierk.
    • This reply was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by Dierk Walter.
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    in reply to: Restrict access to builtin WebSocket Webserver #687
    fishfeeder
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    Hi Dirk,

    iam not familiar with the IDE Xojo nor the language, but that isn’t a problem at all. Since we need a quick solution we will setup another small webserver probably.
    Adding some documentation about the usernames/password in the offical documentation would be great to know whats the intented idea behind it.
    Having SSL and access restriction support within V-Control would be awesome.

    I will post the driver here after some polishing. Didn’t had a detailed look on the code yet, but a solution for the drivers could be having plain .sql text files one for each browser which are applied on the database of V-Control. Such a file could look like this https://github.com/unknown-horizons/unknown-horizons/blob/master/content/game.sql . This makes it easy to see whats inside the driver and you can have real diffs in git, because its text and not a blob.

    fishfeeder

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