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I am trying to pass large data(image data up to 90,000 characters) from one domain to other for which i am using jsonp, as there's limitation to size of data passed using jsonp i am sending the data in packets. Is there any way to compress the data being passed so the number of packets will get reduced

         type: "GET",
         url: "http://sys108/restnew1/RestServiceImpl.svc/GetData",
         data: {
             imagedata: s
         dataType: "jsonp",
         contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
         success: function (data) {
         error: function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown) {
             if (window.console) console.log("Error... " + textStatus + "        " + errorThrown);
Posted 18-Jan-13 1:36am

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Yes, there are some limitations. please read my blog for more details

(413) Request Entity Too Large[^][^]

In addition, when you are serializing JSON also have some limitations. you can avoid this by modifying your web.config file as follows

<jsonserialization maxjsonlength="102400" />

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