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I am having difficulties getting the send rate during a POST operation in CkHttp's SynchronousRequest. I use the overridden ReceiveRate method of CkHttpProgress. The name seem to indicate that it only supports receive rate for the response and not the request itself?

Or should I go about it in a completely different way. I am trying to upload a file and some form data as multipart/form-data.

asked Mar 13 '13 at 12:08

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I am only posting this additional comment to keep this question active.

(Mar 31 '13 at 07:16) roan98dk

Here's the new pre-release build (v9.4.1) with the SendRate callback added to CkHttpProgress:

32-bit: http://www.chilkatsoft.com/preRelease/chilkat-9.4.1-x86-vc11.zip

64-bit: http://www.chilkatsoft.com/preRelease/chilkat-9.4.1-x86_x64-vc11.zip


answered Apr 08 '13 at 12:05

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Unfortunately there are too many other changed in the pre-release for me to easily test it. I would have to make too many other changes only to test this or create a simple console application. I am considering going with the second alternative so that I always have an almost empty project, where I can test these types of changes.

(Apr 09 '13 at 08:27) roan98dk

I added the SendRate event to CkHttpProgress. Please let me know the C++ build you need if you wish to test a pre-release. (I need to know the operating system, 32-bit/64-bit, and if Windows, which version of MSVC++)


answered Apr 08 '13 at 11:37

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Thanks. VC++ 11 and 32 bit.

(Apr 08 '13 at 11:48) roan98dk
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