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AW: URGENT HELP newbie : Retrieving GIF

From: Shankara Narayanan, Jayaraman <J.Shankar@commerzbank.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 09:32:10 +0200
Message-ID: <01EBDB2D6DFDD211A98200805FF50CF901CF4D05@SV002871>
To: "'Bang, Steinar'" <Steinar.bang@tandbergtv.com>
Cc: "'www-lib@w3.org'" <www-lib@w3.org>
Well - 

I dont specify anything.  We use the HTChunkToCString function which chops
off.
But the size in the Chunk is correct and I got the image in the chunk.  My
problem is how to pass it to the netscape communicator back ?

Ours is like this

Client ------> Netscape ------------------>MyModule with
Libwww------------->IIS
IIS------------>MyModule-------------->Netscape------------------>Client.

Now passing back to Netscape - how do I do that ?

With Best Regds
Shankara Narayanan
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Von: Bang, Steinar [mailto:Steinar.bang@tandbergtv.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 28. August 2001 09:29
An: 'Shankara Narayanan, Jayaraman'; 'www-lib@w3.org'
Betreff: RE: URGENT HELP newbie : Retrieving GIF


Shankara Narayanan, Jayaraman wrote:

>> We use the HTLoadAnchorToChunk method to get the 
>> desired page.
 
> When we are trying to convert this chunk to
> CString - I am not able to get the whole
> string and pass it to the caller which is
> Netscape Server.

Does the constructor of CString expect to get a
0-terminated "char*" buffer?  Or do you specify
the length explicitly?

If it expects a 0-terminated buffer, it will
chop off the chunk at the first 0 (and binary
files may well contain zeros).
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