FAQ. Microsoft .NET framework

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Creating a .Net package in Delphi for .Net

  1. Create a .net package (recommendation from dr Bob at http://www.drbob42.com/examines/examin55.htm)
  2. Add the units in the DotNet-folder of ICS e g Overbyte.Ics.Component.pas et c.
  3. Add the Borland VCL (the units implicity uses them so they are needed as a reference)
  4. Compile and the finished DLL-can be used by .Net environments like Visual Studio 2005.


The following files are needed when deploying your application

  • ICS.dll (the file that you have created yourself as per description above)
  • Borland.Delphi.dll
  • Borland.Vcl.dll
  • Borland.VclRtl.dll.


Creating a socket in C#

Add a reference to the DLL that you created. Then add something like this to your using-section and code:

 using OverByte.Ics;
 using OverByte.Ics.Units;
 lSocket = new TWSocket(null);
 lSocket.Addr = "";
 lSocket.Port = "10001";
 lSocket.LineMode = true;
 lSocket.OnSessionConnected += new TSessionConnected(lSocket_OnSessionConnected);
 lSocket.OnDataAvailable += new TDataAvailable(lSocket_OnDataAvailable);