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Damien

DPlay in standard win32 Client/Server app

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I am planning on writing an client/server app, basically the server hold info in a DB and the client just updates and requests the info in the DB via Server App Since this is not essentially a game, is there a reason why i shouldn''t use Dplay. Is Dplay an abstraction of Winsock ? Should I use straight up Winsock ? Is there anything in Dplay that might limit the functionaliy of my app later down the line? How is Dplay for Speed? Thanks for your help Damien

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So for what I''ve found is that DPlay8 is based off Winsock. It handles messages seamlessly for you, and really isn''t hard to deal with - it''s just a little pain in the butt at times

I''m really getting to like it, and per the docs, it''s scalable to allow up to a few thousand connections.

I''m going to be using DP8 in my current book to talk about Multiplayer RPG''s.

Jim Adams

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