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How to cancel the INTERNET_STATUS_CALLBACK function. I want to implement timeout for asynchronous InternetOpenUrl (and then maybe for InternetReadFile() ;) ). I want callback function to stop receiving status codes when I want. Some advices for implementation of this tricky method? :)

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Try this line of code. This assumes that m_hInternet is the handle returned by InternetOpen().

InternetSetStatusCallback( m_hInternet, NULL );

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Try this line of code. This assumes that m_hInternet is the handle returned by InternetOpen().

InternetSetStatusCallback( m_hInternet, NULL );


Knew that. Not a bad idea, but in my example (too much code) I need to create multiple HINTERNETs from InternetOpen() and multiple HINTERNETs from InternetOpenUrl().

Maybe some neat idea?

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I thought that you could only have one callback defined per internet handle. Thus, if you have multiple handles, you could call InternetSetStatusCallback([Your Handle Here], NULL) for each handle that you have.

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I thought that you could only have one callback defined per internet handle. Thus, if you have multiple handles, you could call InternetSetStatusCallback([Your Handle Here], NULL) for each handle that you have.


InternetSetStatusCallback([Your Handle Here], NULL) will probably not work cos MSDN says that callback function must BE. I can use InternetSetStatusCallback([Your Handle Here], NULL) only after InternetCloseHandle().

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