If you are familiar with creating services to provide functionalities to another systems or final users you are maybe aware about the pain in the ass the attachments always are. We are use to work with all the data in memory. We receive a request with their data and we keep it inside the memory working with this data and do the job. That’s the procedure we always work.
But, what we have to do with the attachments? When we work with attachments we are usually working with a lot of data because files always are big. At least they are big if you compare them with the other data inside your request. When you are creating service interfaces a normal practice is to limit the amount of data we can fly inside our online request at a 1 MB maximum or something like this. But, usually we have to deal with this problem and now, the latest version of BusinessWorks 6.x has a native capability to deal with it. Continue reading