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TCP

Introduction

The TCP Nodes provide a means for the user to perform several actions within the TCP communications protocol. TCP, or Transmission Control Protocol, is part of the Internet protocol suite and allows for bidirectional communication between a server and a client. To use the TCP Nodes in Incari, the user needs to locate the TCP Attributes in Project Settings and add a Connection.
This form of Communication in Incari is available as a plugin and is enabled as default. However, in the case that it is disabled in the Plugins Editor, it will not appear in the Project Settings and render the TCP Nodes unavailable. Please refer to the Plugins Editor to find out more information.

TCP Guideline

These are the guidelines for incorporating TCP Communication into a Project.
  • To properly start a connection, see the General Guideline on the Communication Introduction page.
  • Once the connection has been established, there are several Nodes that cover important functions of TCP Communication.
    • TCP Send sends a Message through the established connection to the TCP endpoint.
    • On TCP Packet Receive executes once a TCP Message is received.
  • To properly stop a connection, see the General Guideline on the Communications Introduction page.

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