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In IE browser i cannot able pass query string more than 2083 characters?

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In Chrome & Firefox its working fine. Looks like in IE only 2,083 characters are allowed. Is there any way to support more characters like Chrome.

posted Jul 27, 2018 by anonymous

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No, In IE 2,083 is the maximum character count for URL ( Mainly for GET and POST request)

Refer here for more information :

answer Jul 29, 2018 by Kuldeep Apte
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