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parameter name / value length issue
Joined: Aug 05, 2003
May 29, 2004 01:37:00
i do know that there is a length limit of the url (255 chars), so i can't use GET, because i have to pass a high number of parameters, which names are 9 chars long and values are 21 chars long.
i'm wondering if there are any limits on the parameter name/value length, or a total length/size of parameters that can be passed without being truncated by server, or something like this....
i can't find in api that there is any limit, but still, if my app designed the way it needs to pass a lot of parameters with long names (9 chars) and long values (21 chars).
can this cause problems?
if not, is it a good taste to build app that can use POST request only?
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Joined: May 26, 2003
May 29, 2004 13:34:00
It's ok to just use the POST request.
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