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HEAD,TRACE,PUT,DELETE practical example

 
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Hi

I am able to run example using GET and POST HTTP method.
But
a. I am not able to check response (response header and body) in browser. How can i check the response ? Is it possible print the response through Java Code?
b. I want to know how we can run sample code for other HTTP method like TRACE,HEAD,PUT,DELETE etc to understand all these HTTP methods.
I came to know that all browsers do not support all seven HTTP methods. Is it true?

Thanks
 
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May be a tool like 'fiddler' might help you to check out request and response.
 
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