Re: Is it time for the binary XML permathread to startup agai
Costello, Roger L. wrote: > 2. Compress the XML document using a compression tool such as WinZip or > Bzip, and then send the compressed document. If you are using HTTP, the way to go is the gzip content encoding. Pretty much every web server and client out there now supports this. -Erik -- Orbeon Forms - Web Forms for the Enterprise Done the Right Way http://www.orbeon.com/
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