Wednesday, March 11, 2009

EnableDecompression in ASP.NET WebService

Suppose that the Web Server from which a Web-Service client is requesting Web-Service supports compression; then the web-service client will receive respone as compressed data.

We can disable the decompression by setting the EnableDecompression property to true.

// on client web-application
Service srvc1 = new Service();
srvc1.EnableDecompression = true;
 
// call your web-service method here (example)
string dtime = srvc1.ReturnDateTime();
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Anonymous said...

You "disable the decompression it by setting EnableDecompression property to true"? You may want to review that statement ;-)

 
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