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Compression + findItemsAdvanced

Could anyone post example of compressed gzip findItemsAdvanced Request? Or where can i find it?

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Type gzip into the search box at the top of this page.

There are several threads including code examples.

 

It's not part of the API call, but rather part of the HTTP request headers. 

or just google for gzip compression for whatever language/lib you are using.

 

 

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I use

 

    $headers = array(

      'X-EBAY-SOA-SERVICE-NAME: FindingService',

      'X-EBAY-SOA-SERVICE-VERSION: 1.12.0',

      'X-EBAY-SOA-OPERATION-NAME: findItemsAdvanced',

      'X-EBAY-SOA-SECURITY-APPNAME: ' . $this->appID,

      'X-EBAY-SOA-REQUEST-DATA-FORMAT: XML',

      'Accept-Encoding: gzip'

    );

 

but nothing returns.

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