Maximum size of POST data
soapdog at mac.com
Tue Apr 20 10:47:42 CDT 2004
On Apr 20, 2004, at 12:38 PM, jbv wrote:
> Don't what the max is, but last year I made an app that used to
> upload elements of a webpage, including jpegs up to 150 Kb.
> At the other side (on the server) was a MC cgi app whose task
> was to receive the elements, save them in the right directories
> and build the final webpage.
> Don't know if that helps, although I suggest to break the content
> into smaller chunks, and build a custom protocol to identify each
> chunk while posting it, and then re-organize the whole data.
> Furthermore, even if huge amounts of data could be posted (in theory),
> I'm not sure that any server would hold the connexion until all data
> are received...
there's no need to custom protocol. see my previous post, http 1.1
supports chunk transfers out-of-the-spec. Server will keep listening
while receiving the chunks. For sending files you really should use
multipart data (okay, it's not called multipart data, but it's
something near this, it's what your browser use to upload from form
Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004 ð BRAZIL
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