I've submitted a service request to IBM to get their take on the problem. It looks to me like the server program, QZRUCLSP, is a *SNGLVL storage model program and is thus incapable of creating the necessary storage allocation > 16M.

I will probably have to "chunk" the file(s) and will have to deal with the stateless nature of the calls to the service program, but it looks like a lot of fun. (No sarcasm intended.)

Thanks for all the suggestions.
Duane Christen


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Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 1:08 PM
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Subject: Re: [WEB400] SOAP Webservice returning PDF document

MTOM is nice because of chunking. We use it with ASP.Net.

However we had to write specific client side code.

Do you have an Axis example of using MTOM ?

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date: Wed, 19 May 2010 09:13:26 -0400
from: TAllen@xxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: [WEB400] SOAP Webservice returning PDF document

The Axis2 web services framework uses MTOM for attachments. I don't believe DIME is supported by Axis2 and I'm not sure DIME is still supported.

Todd Allen
Electronic Data Processing Services

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