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Turning off http transfer coding

From: Jonathan Marsh <jonathan@wso2.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 07:20:01 -0800
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I presume omitting the {http transfer coding} property results in no content
coding being specified.  How do I get that behavior if there is an {http
transfer coding default} in effect?

 

Namely, is an empty value allowed for whttp:transferCoding and
whttp:transferCodingDefault?  

 

  <binding . whttp:transferCodingDefault="gzip">

    <operation . wtthp:transferCodingDefault="">

 

A literal read says the value has to be a transfer coding token (which
doesn't include an empty string).  It's also not clear whether an
implementation will attempt to specify an empty transfer coding in this
case, or whether it will simply ignore the transfer coding property
completely.

 

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