HTTP Service Monitor

This sample was contributed by Asif Rasheed

Here is an implementation of my WinInet wrapper class. This small application serves two purposes,

  • There are some ISPs who disconnect the connection if the client is idle for a particular time. This application makes it busy. User only have to adjust the time at which it iterates it attempts.
  • It can be used for monitoring the HTTP service on a particular server either it is working or not. If HTTP service stops due to any reason it start the beeping.

The application was written using MFC 4.2 and Visual C++ 5.0,  It uses

  • WinInet class wrapper
  • CTrayIcon class by Chris Maunder.

I am releasing this app into the public domain with no restrictions.

Download Files The zip file is 36K.



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  • where is the file for webserver monitor.........

    Posted by Legacy on 09/09/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: moses

    where is the file for webserver monitor.........
    

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