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Is there any limit for xml string when we receive it from a web service?

vinoth Robert
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Joined: Feb 02, 2011
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Hi,

I have developed a web service to give customer name and id as xml String.
I have checked it was working fine.

But my client says that he could not get the xml string. instead of that he got an error message
"xml limit exceeded 10000 characters"
.

Is there any limitations for the string?


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