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Hey Gurus,

If I want to consume a webservice from javascript(specifically dojo toolkit), I cant use POST request.

If POST cannot be used, the request size would be small.

How do I get across this???

Any Ideas suggestions???

If i consume the same web service through java, I can pass very big objects as XMLDocument objects, How do I acheive the same thing through Javascript?

Please advise.

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Hi RajKumar,

Did you try using AJAX web services?

Check out this link if you didn't already.
 
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