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c# client upload/downlaod large files from Java SOAP server

 
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Hi,
I am new to web services.

I am running a simple Glassfish web service.
I also have a C# client, all works fine.

However I need to upload large (upto 15GB) upto the server, and also downlaod the same to the client machine.

How do I go about this?

Is it better to use some form of ftp from the client?

Regards,
John.
 
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Is it better to use some form of ftp from the client?

Yes. Use a dedicated file transfer protocol to transfer files of this size, e.g.: ftp, sftp. Preferably an implementation that offers the resume option.
 
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