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Size limit of the Request

 
Mick Techoes
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How much data can be put into request object using request.setAttribute
when data is cahnged between servlets or jsps?

Are there any rule or suggestions that how much data the request object can
take?

Cheers

Mick
 
Bashee Singhal
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Max Post Size (in bytes) for reading HTTP POST data in a servlet request. MaxPostSize < 0 means unlimited

MBean: weblogic.management.
configuration.
WebServerMBean

Attribute: MaxPostSize
 
Ben Souther
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There is no fixed size.
The request object (like the session object, and context object) is nothing more than a map of references to objects on the heap.
 
Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by Bashee Singhal:
Max Post Size ... Attribute: MaxPostSize


Even if the OP is using weblogic, this has nothing to do with the issue.
 
Manesh Kumar
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It depends on the Heap Size and the available RAM.
 
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