What is the size limit of a SOAP POST to a .NET webservice

Posted on 2006-06-05
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
Hi everyone, I'm wondering if you could help me on this one. I working on a project at the moment with a small integrated device with TCP/IP functionallity sending a load of data to a public web service running off a .NET 1.1 webservice. I want to be able to send the data up using the standard SOAP XML based formatter via a HTTP POST but I want to do a batch send rather then sending records seperately. I'm just wanted to know if anyone knows what the limits are on the amounts of data you can send in a single POST to a web service.

Can anyone enlighten me??
Question by:Artform04
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    This MSDN blog has an interesting discussion on the Maximum SOAP size:

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