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HTTP Status 405 - Restful webservice

Bharat Rajan
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Joined: Aug 10, 2011
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Hi All,

I am using RESTful web service for my API.
I would pass a call as below:

http://localhost:8085/outbound/login?&username=zzz&password=ttt&passwordtype=plaintext.

this generates a security token for me which i will use for further services. "login" in the API call is my service command
I am using Tomcat 6 for this.

when i pass the wrong service command,
http://localhost:8085/outbound/lon?&
i will return an error message caught from my method. It is working as expected.

Issue I am facing is when i dont pass the service command in the URL like

http://localhost:8085/outbound/?

I am getting the error as:

HTTP Status 405 -
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type Status report
message
description The specified HTTP method is not allowed for the requested resource ().
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Apache Tomcat/6.0.20

It is not even getting into my class, and so I am not able to debug.

Someone please help me understand the concept of why and where it is getting wrong. Thanks in advance
 
 
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