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What is the maximum amount of data that can be sent ina XML request

 
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I there a limitation on how much data that can be sent in a XML request.
 
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Originally posted by Chiran Mathur:
I there a limitation on how much data that can be sent in a XML request.


If you are going to send it by HTTP GET,then its roughly around 2kb.
 
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I think it's much larger with HTTP 1.1.
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It is probably limited by the protocol, not by XML itself. It is important to remember, XML is just a standard. When it is sent across the wire, nothing special happens. For the sender, the receiver, and the medium, it is just like any other data format.
 
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