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how many ways ,we can send request to server  RSS feed

 
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hai,
i request you to give answers to the questions.


->if we use doGet(...) how the request to sended to server

->if we use doPost(...) how the request to sended ..

->if we use service(...) how the request to sended ..

->can we see how the request is transfered to server..

bye
 
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You have it the wrong way around: If a request is a GET, then doGet is invoked, and if it is a POST, then doPost is invoked. The service method contains the code to differentiate between the two, and dispatch a request to the appropriate doXXX method.

If you use Firefox, check out the excellent LiveHTTPHeaders extension. It lets you view in detail what is sent to the server, and what is received back, including parameters, error codes, etc.

By the way, why are you sticking your tongue out at us?
[ July 06, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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