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WS-I Validation Issue

 
Kevin G Scott
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Hello all,
I have a Web Service deployed behind some security software (Actional) that performs WS-I validation on messages as they pass back and forth. We deployed a new method to an existing web service, and I started getting error message from the WS-I validator about that only HTTP 1.0 and 1.1 were supported by WS-I. I did some checking and found that it seems to trigger only when the XML being passed is larger than 1MB in size. Is there a maximum message size defined for HTTP? I looked around and all I found was that most servers let you set this, and many seemed to have higher settings than this!

Also, does anyone have any other ideas why a large message would violate HTTP protocol?

Thanks,
KS
 
Kevin G Scott
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Just in the interest of others who might see something similiar. I found the issue was that the security software had a maximum size for messages, and so it was refusing the response from the web service, and then trying to pass null, which of course didn't meet WS-I standards.
 
Rr Kumaran
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you can try compressing the soap envelope and use some compression techniques. please refer www.osmoticweb.com for related information
 
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