Send xml data

asked 2015-09-28 09:15:28 -0700

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Dear AllSeen members,

I want to send an xml file using proprietary interface, I don't need to parse the internal field at allJoyn level.

which is the most appropriate d-bus type to be used - a string containing the whole file - and array of bytes Are them valid solutions? Which are pros and cons?

Thank You very Much

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answered 2015-09-28 10:18:48 -0700

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I did the same and sent the pure XML as string over the wire. Due to AllJoyn can send/receive strings nearly automatically, you don't need to annotate them as byte. The conversion to byte is done later on by the AJ core before the "string object" is sent over the bus.

Please correct me if I'm wrong ;-)

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Agreed. I would say that "s" would be the way to go. This way when you receive in Java you don't need to take a `byte[] ("ay")` and make a string out of it, it already is a String that you can parse/display/use.

bspencer ( 2015-10-02 13:30:08 -0700 )edit
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