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- From: "Mike Lepley" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 15:19:22 -0500
I also found another interesting solution, which doesn't use an ENTITY. You
could add an encoded binary file in the XML document, like so:
and decode the binary when the XML document is received.
What do you think?
> You could use a MIME "multipart/related" document (see www.ietf.org,
> there's an RFC). The unparsed entity declaration for the binary file
> would use a URI referring to the related binary file.
> - Dave
> Mike Lepley wrote:
> > I was wondering what others have been doing when a machine needs to send
> > binary file (such as a picture) AND an XML document which references the
> > binary file as an ENTITY.
> > Is there a way to bundle the binary file and the XML document and send
> > together?
> > Or does one have to parse the XML and then request the binary
> > file? Or other?
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