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From Akos Marton <>
Subject Re: AW: transfer limitations
Date Fri, 18 Jun 2010 08:20:14 GMT
The problem is still not solved, so that any idea and answer is appreciated.

You can read a mail on c-user list about the same problem by Jan-fon,
except that he found the same situation on client-side.
subject:	'Client to receive large data problem'
date:		Thu, 25 Feb 2010 11:07:53 GMT

Hope it helps,
Akos Marton

Stadelmann Josef wrote:
> Have you setup to send in chunks from CL to SV or do you expect that more than 4 MB will
go at once, within one request object?
> Sepp
> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Akos Marton [] 
> Gesendet: Freitag, 11. Juni 2010 15:31
> An: Apache AXIS C User List
> Betreff: Re: transfer limitations
> The XML is broken every time at different part. I tried to configure httpd server with
switching out many known size limitation and run axis2c under this, but it also doesn't send
the whole XML.
> The sent data is just broken somewhere. I watched it with tcpdump.
> Smaller XMLs can be transferred.
> Well, written a short tester code, which reads the necessary XML from file and parses,
decodes it perfectly, so that the algorithm and code must do the right.
> Any idea why the sending process is being broken?
> Thanks,
> mAkos
> Akos Marton wrote:
>> Hi List,
>> Is there any limitation about the amount of data in a certain XML-tag?
>> In case of true, could I increase it somehow?
>> For instance <image> ... </image> by the size of 4Megabytes of base64

>> code. The whole XML data does not reach the server (have cut at 
>> certain part), but a smaller amount of data reaches it fully.
>> Could be httpd.conf a solution? I do not know how to locate it for 
>> axis2c binary version.
>> Thanks,
>> mAkos
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