Comment: My girlfriend and I had been using a toilet for a while now so we thought it would be fun to record it. But it turned out a little bit more than we.
Human Toilet Stories: forced feces into mouth [HD 720p. of time talking to the girls before they finish.
Comment: My 6 year old niece has been asking for many things over the past year. She is always asking for a. I' thinking of forcing her to eat her own shit..
Comment: My girlfriend wanted a human toilet so bad so I made up a story that I was not going to allow her to eat her own shit,.
Comment: Forced toilet training for my girlfriend and my mother. These stories are all made up but would be fun to see something like this happen.
Comment: I am a bit lost as to where to start, I have been thinking of a story about the human toilet for a while now,.
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How can I convert a web service form POST message (in a byte array) to a MessageBodyWriter?
I have a web service method that accepts a POST message that is in the form of a byte array. The byte array contains the name of the parameter along with a string of data for that parameter.
How can I convert this byte array into a object of type MessageBodyWriter?
MessageBodyReader and MessageBodyWriter are not types you will find in WCF (and thus Web Services), they are associated with the old 'protocols' such as SOAP, XML and other older forms of communication.
If you want to work with byte arrays in WCF, you'll probably be better off using the XmlDictionaryWriter and XmlDictionaryReader.
You can expose the byte array as a parameter in the service, and implement the service with a parameter of type Stream.