One of the first things you learn as a PHP developer is the use of frameworks, such as the popular CakePHP and Symfony. As you use these formats throughout your career as a PHP developer, you will notice that sometimes it can be quite difficult to get what you want out of them. When you have a specific project or idea in mind that you want to create, you may not find a construction that will fit in.
As a developer, you will not have the time to sort through hundreds of different PHP structures to find the one that best fits your projects. And if you do decide to go with a framework, you could end up with resources that you do not need. In return, this will give you a bloated structure that could cause performance issues and slow down maintenance.
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We have our current platform set up with Akamai as the CDN, Apache as the web server, and AEM as the content tool. We had to do real-time ID verification through Signicat — which returned a huge SAML. When we get this huge amount of SAML and try to pass it to our server to parse, we always find bad SAML; it was getting truncated after a certain number of characters (around 7,800). My initial assumption was that the browser was restricting the size and hence truncating, causing a “400 — Bad request from the server" error. I searched on the internet and did not find any credible solution to my problem. After researching I found that this issue is a server-side issue, as most web servers restrict request the size to 8KB. Initially, I thought just aone server was restricting — but I realized that all three servers were.
If your request gets truncated due to its large size and you get "400 — Bad request from the server," this means that your web server, proxy, or content server is not able to handle a large amount of data. You will not find any logs in your application, as it is a server configuration issue. You need to increase the size of the server request.