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Apache AXIS - How big is too big?

 
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How much data can be returned from a call to an Apache AXIS SOAP service?

What is the optimal limit of data, i.e. at what amount of data do you start to take a performance hit?

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Patrick
 
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I have seen discussions by people sending 1-2 megabyte sized messages, but as attachments, not in the main body. As I recall, Axis builds a complete DOM in memory before sending the body - that could be very resource consuming if it is a large and complex message.
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