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RE: Transfering XML Data

  • From: Don Park <donpark@d...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 18:14:45 -0800

RE: Transfering XML Data
> Our partner has suggested that when we want to send data that instead of
> initially sending the data that we send a notice which would include a URL
> from where they could later pulled the data.   Anyone have any thoughts on
> this approach?

What you want to do is support both.  Design your message
schema so that non-essential parts of it can be pulled
instead of being pushed.  When messages are sent across
normal transport, 2-5k message size is not a problem so
just send it together.  When using restrictred transports,
such as wireless, send some information 'by-reference'.

You need to design-in flexibility from the start.


Don Park


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