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Client disables MTOM, server disables MTOM automatically?

 
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I am not sure if client disables MTOM and server disable MTOM automatically. Is it true?

Here is what I tried:
Server side's @WebService and publisher


Client side:

Tcpmon shows the request from client with MTOM disable:


Tcpmon shows the response from the server. As shown, even though MTOM is enabled on server side, the server respond with the encoded binary data instead of raw data.
 
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I am not sure if client disables MTOM and server disable MTOM automatically. Is it true?


Yes, if the client disables MTOM, the exchange with the Web Service will be done without MTOM.
 
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Another interesting finding is I put new MTOMFeature() for the client and new MTOMFeature (false) for the server.
That means client enables MTOM, but server disables MTOM. The request is raw data, but the response is binary data.
Here is the TCPMon request/response:

 
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Yeah, you would expect that the server doesn't allow MTOM content to be sent, but it still receives it without any problem.
 
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