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devayani Devasthali
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Hello All,
I am learning HTTP methods. Can any body pls help me in understanding different HTTP methods = DELETE,PUT,TRACE,HEAD,OPTIONS
Also how to use them in a servlet?
thanx in advance
regards
Devayani
dema rogatkin
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The best approach to start with sources:
http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2068/rfc2068
Then you can look in servlet spec document you can find in a signature of one of bartenders.


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"devayani Dev",

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Originally posted by dema rogatkin:
Then you can look in servlet spec document you can find in a signature of one of bartenders.


Link to the various relevant specifications is also available in the JSP FAQ.
 
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