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CwclSerialClient Members

The following tables list the members exposed by CwclSerialClient.

 
Name 
Description 
 
Fires the OnConnect event.  
 
Fires the OnData event.  
 
Fires the OnDisconnect event.  
 
Fires the OnError event.  
 
Fires the OnEvent event.  
 
Fires the OnReadError event.  
 
Name 
Description 
 
Frees the component.  
 
Restores character transmission for a specified communications device and places the transmission line in a nonbreak state.  
 
Connects to a Serial Device (COM port).  
 
Create a new component.  
 
Disconnects from the connected remote device.  
 
Directs the specified communications device to perform an extended function.  
 
Flushes the buffers and causes all buffered data to be sent to the COM port.  
 
Gets the current serial port settings.  
 
Gets the serial device name.  
 
Retrieves the modem control-register values.  
 
Reads the read buffer size.  
 
Gets the connection state.  
 
Gets the current serial port timeouts.  
 
Reads the write buffer size.  
 
Gets the write operation timeout.  
 
Discards all characters from the output or input buffer of a specified communications resource. It can also terminate pending read or write operations on the resource.  
 
Suspends character transmission for a specified communications device and places the transmission line in a break state until the ClearCommBreak function is called.  
 
Sets the new serial port configuration.  
 
Sets the serial device name.  
 
Sets the read buffer size.  
 
Sets the serial port timeouts.  
 
Sets the write buffer size.  
 
Sets the write operation timeout.  
 
Transmits a specified character ahead of any pending data in the output buffer of the specified communications device.  
 
The event fires when a connection to a remote device has been completed (with or without success).  
 
The event fires when the remote connected device has been disconnected.  
 
The event fires when new data is received from the connected remote device.  
 
The event fires when a error occured during communication.  
 
The event fires when a serial device event accoures.  
 
The event fires when the error occured during read operation.  
 
Sends data to the connected device.  
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