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How to Pass higher Length of Byte Array to the remoting method

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
Dear all,I am using a windows application and the businness logic is present in the remote server.Once particular method takes bytearray as input parameter...Whenever the method call is made the function returns value .This is limited for the particular bytearray length. (4109228 bytes).If the length of bytearray crosses 4109228 bytes.I am getting an error that "input stream is not valid binary format".How to Pass higher Length of Byte Array to the remoting method... Greater than 4 MB?I believe something is missing in web.config or app.config...?What could be the issue...? Any sugesstions are welcome....ThanksRavikumar

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