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C# Client vs EasySoap server: connection reset

Hi,
we are using a client c# console application to test a web service
which uses Easy Soap.
We are currently stuck in a strange problem which occurs only in a
particular method call to the web service. In this case the connection
is established, data begins to be transferred from the server to the
client, but after about 260 ~ 270 KBytes the C# client send a tcp rst
flag to the server and after that the connection is closed, and data
is only partially transferred.
We thought that this could be a problem in the server side, so we
developed a Java console application, using the identical soap
request, to see if the problem occurred again. In this case everything
was ok.
So it seems that for some strange reason the c# - EasySoap
conversation gets systematically unsynchronized for this particular
method call. In fact we tested others Web Service methods that
involved even more than 600~700 KBytes being transferred, and
everything was fine.
Is there anything we should check or change in the proxy creation ?
Any other suggestions?
Please let me know if I should ask this question in some other
newsgroups
Regards,

Francesco

Jun 27 '08 #1
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