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July 23, 2005, 8:01 pm
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I'm using a GPRS modem to upload data from a serial device to a web
server. I've successfully opened an IP socket to do an HTTP GET etc.
Due to the GPRS data charges I need to send as LITTLE data as possible
Here is an example the ASCII characters I will send through the socket:
GET /leave.aspx?d=3D123SADF2K253K345=ADL45345ERTS6ETC HTTP/1.1
Is this the minimal communication using a web server?
Do I need all 3 lines?
Any ideas for shrinking this data?=20
Re: Compressing GET
On Sat, 23 Jul 2005 16:01:51 -0700, Jim wrote:
Requests don't *need* the user-agent information, but many stupid websites
do. You *do* need the hostname and resource request in the GET command,
I'd imagine you'd have more overhead with networking protocols
(handshaking, etc., on data as it passes through) than the request.
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