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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Is there a limited size of file throught the httpconnection's ?

    I have a httpconnection. Client need a file(13K) from Server

    In servlet, it is correct to get the data to DataInputStream and then OutputStream.write(data) to Client;

    But when receive data in Client, DataInputStream.available() only get 8192Byte

    Is it mean that with httpconnection transporting the 8192byte data once?
    If I need large file,I must connect with http many times?

    I will apreciate your replies
    Thank you

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    Re: Is there a limited size of file throught the httpconnection's ?

    If I understand correctly, you don't have to connect multiple times, you just have to read multiple times. I would go about trying a while loop that reads until there is no data left. Remember to do dis.flush(); inside that loop.

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    Smile Re: Is there a limited size of file throught the httpconnection's ?

    I just made it!!!

    Thank you so so so much!!!!!

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