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How To Handing huge Response Object Using NetTCP Binding

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application


Hi Experts,

I had created NetTCP self-hosting console application, I’m able to consume this service and able to get the response and able to create xml from
the response, but what the problem I’m facing is I’m not able to process the response which is >= 3 MB.

I’m had created the Self-hosting console application with the references of the dll what we are usi in WCF BasicHttpBinding for our Web
Application. With this dll I’m able to consume the service and able to create the xml with the response object less than 3MB, not able to do so when the
object size is beyond this. In the config I have all set the maximum values for all the attribute and I’m using transfermode as Streamed,
transactionProtocol as OleTransactions, Encoding we tried MTOM be not able to process getting exception so we didn’t mention any encoding in the config.

Please guide me to our come this issue.

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