RE: Is it time for the binary XML permathread to start up aga
When sending an XML document across the wire, here are the main choices: 1. Send the XML document as is, as ASCII text, without any compression or other alterations. 2. Compress the XML document using a compression tool such as WinZip or Bzip, and then send the compressed document. 3. Encode the XML document as an ASN.1 file, and then send the ASN.1 file. 4. Encode the XML document a Fast Infoset file, and then send the FI file. 5. Encode the XML as an Efficient XML Interchange file, and then send the EXI file. Are there other choices? Have I phrased each choice properly? Under what circumstances would a choice be selected? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each choice? /Roger
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