Response Size Limits?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Ganesh Muthuvelu, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. Hello:
    We have a .NET web service built using VS 2008. The web service communicates
    with another Java web service.
    The problem that I am having is: For certain web service methods, the
    response received from the Java web service is very large - may be about 6-7
    MB.
    What happens is, our web service does not seem to hold all the response sent
    by the Java web service.
    I have a SOAP extension class within our web service and if I check the
    stream length, it always limits to 65536 (maximum).

    What configuration options (or other options) that I have to make sure that
    our web service is able to capture all the response as sent by the Java web
    service?

    I appreciate any help!

    Thanks,
    Ganesh
     
    Ganesh Muthuvelu, Dec 10, 2008
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  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    64k bytes is the default recv buffer size. You van set of the size to
    anything you like in the config file or in code.

    - Hildo

    Ganesh Muthuvelu <> wrote:
    > Hello:
    > We have a .NET web service built using VS 2008. The web service
    > communicates
    > with another Java web service.
    > The problem that I am having is: For certain web service methods, the
    > response received from the Java web service is very large - may be
    > about 6-7
    > MB.
    > What happens is, our web service does not seem to hold all the
    > response sent
    > by the Java web service.
    > I have a SOAP extension class within our web service and if I check
    > the
    > stream length, it always limits to 65536 (maximum).
    >
    > What configuration options (or other options) that I have to make sure
    > that
    > our web service is able to capture all the response as sent by the
    > Java web
    > service?
    >
    > I appreciate any help!
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Ganesh
     
    Guest, Dec 27, 2008
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