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Web Services submit method?

 
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Hi all,

For normal JSP page, we can submit a page via GET, POST etc method.

For a web service, what is the method used to send request to server?

thanks.
 
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It is POST ... search on ibm developerworks with keyword for more information ...
 
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Hi Huang!..
Welcome to Javaranch.
Could you please change your display according to this little policy
Thank you.
 
Huang Jian Tian
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Hi Balaji,
Actually I have been notified by David O'Meerea on this naming issue at https://coderanch.com/t/359318/Servlets/java/Folder-Mapping-web-application

Well, i have changed the name again, is it a valid one?
By the way, why i'm being notified when someone reply to this topic, is there any setting i have missed out?
 
Balaji Loganathan
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Thanks for changing the name.
You were notified for every new reply: this happens when you have checked the option "notify me for new replies". I guess u cannot disable for this post/topic, but for future new posts you check/uncheck this option.
 
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If your developing Web Services download TCP Monitor which will allow you to snoop on the messages you send/receive.
 
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