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How to try the HttpMethods

Sony Agrawal
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To try POST and GET i used them in the method attribute of the form. But how do i try the OPTIONS, DELETE???
Sony Agrawal
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avi sinha
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sony agrwal wrote:To try POST and GET i used them in the method attribute of the form. But how do i try the OPTIONS, DELETE???


specification just defines the roles of these methods. How they are to be implemented depends upon you. learn the methods and recommendations for each method.
for the exam you just need to know method signature , nature( idompotent etc) , and the working (of course recommended because you are free to override and change the nature )
have a look at the HttpServlet source : HttpServlet source
also check the method access specifier , that is important.

avi sinha


SCJP 5.0 SCWCD 5.0
 
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