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Jen
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      04-09-2004
I have a web service that used to deliver around 1000-2000 results when called. Requirements have changed and now the results will contain 60,000 - 100,000 records from an Oracle database. I suspect web service may no longer be the best option. What are some other ideas for delivering the data for use in remote web applications? FTP???

 
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Joe Duffy
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      04-10-2004
There's nothing inherent in web services which makes the serialization and
transfer of 60-100k records impossible, but certainly within some contexts
it just won't work. Certainly if bandwidth and transfer time are at a
premium, for instance, XML might be bloating your payload meaning you might
be better off with a binary serialization format.

However, it all comes back to the context within which your solution is
required to function. Is this a transactional-based application?
Batch/schedule? Are you working within limited time or data transfer
constraints? How large are your "records"?

Answering these types of questions might help to identify better solutions.

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> I have a web service that used to deliver around 1000-2000 results when

called. Requirements have changed and now the results will contain 60,000 -
100,000 records from an Oracle database. I suspect web service may no
longer be the best option. What are some other ideas for delivering the
data for use in remote web applications? FTP???
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