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Meaning of Context Service data object limitation to 256 k

Hello,

In the context Service documentation

I came across provided limitation for each POD to 256k

as stated in the below document

https://developer.cisco.com/dpslate/build/site/context-service/documents/context-service-sdk-guide/index.html#context-se…

Each individual Context Service data object is limited to 256KB in size.

What is the meaning of "Data Object" ?

Is the information that i can save for each customer is 256 kb ?

or Each POD which belong to each customer can have maximum of 256 kb ? (That sound too much)

Regards,

Abdurrahman

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Re: Meaning of Context Service data object limitation to 256 k

Hi Abdurrahman,

A "Data Object" is a customer, activity, or request as created by the Context Service Java SDK.

The most you can save in one of these data objects is 256KB when it is stored in the Context Service.  The total amount of data may be significantly less than 256KB.

Note, some data is encrypted on the client side before Cisco even gets it, so for large data objects you cannot predict from the client side when your data object will exceed the maximum size.  However, you will know because you will receive an exception with an error like "Request size limit has been exceeded".

Tom

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Re: Meaning of Context Service data object limitation to 256 k

Hi Abdurrahman,

A "Data Object" is a customer, activity, or request as created by the Context Service Java SDK.

The most you can save in one of these data objects is 256KB when it is stored in the Context Service.  The total amount of data may be significantly less than 256KB.

Note, some data is encrypted on the client side before Cisco even gets it, so for large data objects you cannot predict from the client side when your data object will exceed the maximum size.  However, you will know because you will receive an exception with an error like "Request size limit has been exceeded".

Tom

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