Please explain the differences between two cluster wide properties, both seems same.
io.xmlPartMaxBytes AND io.mqMessageMaxBytes
Thanks in advance.
The CA API Gateway Input/Output cluster properties are detailed here: Input/Output Cluster Properties - CA API Gateway - 9.1 - CA Technologies Documentation
A quick summary for the 2 above:
Maximum size of an MQ Native message, including all MIME parts. A value of zero indicates unlimited size. This property affects only request messages (inbound from the client to the CA API Gateway, outbound from the CA API Gateway to the backend system, and inbound from the backend system to the CA API Gateway). It has no effect on the size of response messages returned to the client via the CA API Gateway.
Default: 2621440 bytes
Maximum size of the XML part of a message (part 1). When the maximum message size is reached, a SOAP fault '500' is returned. A value of zero indicates unlimited size.
Note: Use the setting to constrain the use of CA API Gateway resources. Rather than enforcing an arbitrary size limit, use the Limit Message Size assertion. Do not use with small values.
Default: 2621440 (bytes)
Notes: 1) If compression is in effect, this property applies to the uncompressed message size. 2) The Route via Raw TCP assertion uses a different method of restricting message size. 3) If io.xmlPartMaxBytes is not returning correct results, try setting io.httpResponseStreamUnlimited to "false."
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