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Contact Us Post Here to Contact Site Administrators and Moderators my thread got closed Post 302305413 by Neo on Wednesday 8th of April 2009 09:47:31 PM
Old 04-08-2009
I closed it.

People here have answered your questions on this topic enough. It is time for you to go do your own work now. You have been advised what to do. You have agreed to do it. Now, it is time to stop posting questions about it and go do the work yourself.

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Ns_ConnClose(3aolserver)				   AOLserver Library Procedures 				  Ns_ConnClose(3aolserver)


Ns_ConnClose - Close an open connection SYNOPSIS
#include "ns.h" int Ns_ConnClose(conn) ARGUMENTS
Ns_Conn conn (in) Pointer to open connection. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
This function calls the connection's communication driver to close the connection if it is not already closed. It always returns NS_OK. If the connection is marked for keep-alive, the underlying connection is not actually closed but instead returned to the driver thread to process additional requests, if any. Connections are automatically marked for keep-alive by setting the NS_CONN_KEEPALIVE flag if the client supports it by sending an appropriate connection-keepalive header. Keep alive can be disabled before a call to Ns_ConnClose with the Ns_ConnSetKeepAliveFlag routine with a zero value for the flag argument. SEE ALSO
Ns_ConnSetKeepAliveFlag(3), Ns_ConnGetKeepAliveFlag(3), Ns_ConnFlush(3) KEYWORDS
connection, close, keep-alive AOLserver 4.0 Ns_ConnClose(3aolserver)

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