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tomo

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Active property
« on: February 17, 2012, 09:06:34 am »
Hallo !
   
   I've started using nrCommLib components, but I have a lot of experience with Async professional components. I'm discovering some differences, so I have a question about Active property. Please explain the difference between setting property Active at:

        - nrDataProcessor and data packets (nrDataPacket) defined in this DataProcessor

When should I toggle this property ?

At Async Professional I also have Enabled property and AutoEnable property.
I set AutoEnable property to false and then each time my program exits
OnDataPacket event, I have to reenable this data packet. I prefer doing on
this way. What practice do you suggest for your components ?

Thanks for the answers.

Roman Novgorodov

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Re: Active property
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2012, 09:13:57 am »
Hello

Thank you for your information.

TnrDataProcessor.Active disables all component,
TnrDataPacket.Active disables single packet definition. You can disable/enable packet from OnPacket event if necessary.

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