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From Bret McMillan <>
Subject Re: New to the technology
Date Wed, 12 May 2004 14:25:00 GMT
On Wed, May 12, 2004 at 09:04:02AM -0500, Damon Hill wrote:

>     1) All of the examples I see for XML-RPC include the calling of a
> method to perform some action and return a result for that action. In
>     my example, I am just curious if instead of sending some arguments
> to process, I simply want to send files as my arguments for the server 
>     to handle. I would assume this is quite easy to perform, but just
> wanted to know if others had done this. Thoughts?

We've done xmlrpc over http(s), and have a utility that used to
transfer some files in that fashion.  It was terribly slow.  Much
better to use xmlrpc for file metadata, and send the file via a normal
http post request or something.  But, YMMV.


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