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From "Andrej van der Zee" <>
Subject Re: compress POST data in HTTPS requests
Date Tue, 28 Oct 2008 11:23:41 GMT

> No, though you might be able to work round it by creating a suitable
> file containing the compressed data.

I can't do that. I have to compress XML data and certain
node/attribute values have to be replaced by tokens run-time. I guess
the last chance is to compress in these BeanShell scripts, whatever
that is. Does anybody know if BeanShell provides possibilities to do
this? I am running on Linux, so if I can invoke bash from a BeanShell
it should be fine. Can this be done?

Thank you,

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