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HTTP Response compression with SOAP API

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cjacobson@exacttarget.com's picture

Has anyone used response compression with the SOAP API? If so, how?

What HTTP header value(s) did you use, and if using C#, were you able to use the WSDL-based classes to add these in?

Thanks all!

Charles Jacobson

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Michael Clark's picture

I tried to make a SOAP API request with accept-encoding for gzip and compression.  Even with that specified the response was not compressed so it would appear that the compression option is not enabled at the web servers handling the API requests. 

-Michael