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  • #3014
    Anonymous
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    Hi, I was using the version 2, now I bought the version 3.

    On the version 2 I can do the next:

    int tiempoEspera = 10000;
    int idAutobus = 1;
    var existePeticion = TcpConnection.SendReceiveObject<bool>("PreguntaCaptura", "RespuestaCaptura",
                                                               tiempoEspera, idAutobus);

    But with version 3 I can not do it and I really need send this integer to the server.

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    #3018
    Anonymous
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    I read the documentation and in the version 3 is in this way:

    int tiempoEspera = 10000;
    int idAutobus = 1;
    var existePeticion = TcpConnection.SendReceiveObject<int, bool>("PreguntaCaptura", "RespuestaCaptura",
                                                               tiempoEspera, idAutobus);
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    #3021
    Anonymous
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    Glad you found the correct solution.

    Regards,
    Marc

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