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Size of XML Soap message going over the Wire

 
preeti khane
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Hello,
Is there a possibility of the XML message being sent over the wire, being corrupted or being changed....
Also, the data when converted with XML tags is very huge, Is there a size restriction on this binary stream that is sent?
Also, I have heard of XML Serialization? How far is this being used in J2EE??
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preeti
 
Vinod John
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Originally posted by preeti khane:
Hello,
Also, the data when converted with XML tags is very huge, Is there a size restriction on this binary stream that is sent?

My guess is the size of the message depends on the underlying protocol used.
 
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Originally posted by preeti khane:
Is there a possibility of the XML message being sent over the wire, being corrupted or being changed....
Of course. The fact that the network connection is used for passing around XML doesn't have any effect on whether some magnetic field distorts the signal and flips a bit here and a bit there...
 
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We used SOAP with attachment to send binary files via the Net. The file is about 2M, and still, it seems ok.
Nick.
 
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