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In another html <form action="myservlet" method=Post>
please help me what method(doGet,doPost or service) I can override in servlet-(myservlet is extending HttpServlet)to do the actions.I want to have only one servlet(myservlet) for both the html files. Thanks in advance.
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I think it's pretty common to override doGet and doPost and have both call a common method like doMyThing. Unfortunately it says you're not thinking about the meaning of GET or POST (or PUT or DELETE) and designing with the meaning in mind.
For some neat ideas on this read up on Restful Architecture here or on the Wikipedia.
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