IRODllEventCallback

Overview

The IRODllEventCallback interface is used to process events in DLL Channels. This interface is used in Remoting SDK to notify the DLL Channel about events.

You don't need to implement this interface yourself, since TRODLLChannel already implements it and provides all necessary mechanisms for working with events.

Location

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Required Methods


ProcessEvent

This method is called whenever the TRODLLChannel receives an event from the TRODLLServer.

procedure ProcessEvent(Data: Pointer; DataSize: Integer)

Parameters:

  • Data: Points to the buffer where the data is stored.
  • DataSize: Indicates the size of the data in the buffer.

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