Large payload handling

Often there is a need to exchange large payloads as part of the B2B transaction. For example, a use case could be when a company sends a Purchase Order and needs to include a large attachment with it. This attachment could represent an image file containing images of the product or any other necessary information. Note that the definition of "large" varies depending on the use case. Oracle B2B lets you specify the definition of large as a configurable parameter in the system. Once you set this parameter value, any payload larger that this value is considered a large payload and will be processed differently.

Large payloads go through the same sequence of steps at runtime, except that the payloads are not stored in the database ...

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