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Hi All, in HFJS is mentioned that if no <http-method> exists inside <web-resource-collection>, then all request methods will be avoided from accessing constrained resource. can anybody tell me how can we allow all request methods to have access to constrained resources? is there no other way other than declaring nultiple <http-method> tag for all request methods?
Why do you want to have any other way to do that. When the most methods you would be using are GET, POST, HEAD.... HFSJ says that too, you know!!!
Thanks & Regards, Abhishek.
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