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I understand that
1- using SWA The size of the SOAP attachment is more or less the same as original binary data.
The same also while using MTOM.
2- An MTOM optimized infoset+attachment for a large binary data saves around 30% in size when compared to original infoset.
So saving comes on picture if we considered XML infoset beside the SOAP attachment otherwise size will be the same.
Kindly correct me if I am wrong.
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- in the SOAP body
- in the SOAP attachments
Add 2) the binary data can be transmitted (as is) in one or more attachments to a SOAP message. A SOAP attachment can carry data of any MIME type, including a MIME type as image/jpeg.
By default all binary data will be send inline!
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