I have task to merge multiple XML's to one big XML.
In doing this i have to calculate the byte size of each XML which i will be recieving as a string from a code and append all the recieved XML's to single file.
The reason being the byte size and the offset will help me to extract only the XML i require from the large file.
I have read all over that Apache allows Byte-Range support from default. However I am unable to stream any of our audio files nor am I able to add them to a podcast on itunes because it says that Byte-Range support is not enabled on my server.
I have tried looking around to find a solution to this problem but cant seem to find it.
I'm trying to send a nine digit number to an NFC Reader, but my service doesn't seem to be starting. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The phone I'm testing with is a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I'm using Eclipse.
Here's the APDU command my NFC Reader sends.
Here's the response I get, which means (I think) file not found.