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HTTP status 406 - Please HELP!!! Spring+Ajax+JSON

 
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I'm facing a problem while trying to retrieve a Collection of Object (List<MyObject>) through Ajax call using Jquery.

My jsp where i make a call is :


The getCities is mapped to the following:


I believe the problem lies here: @ResponseBody is not able to automatically convert the List value into JSON format & hence i get the following error:


Please guide me.
I used Firbug to see what's going on. Here's what i get:


Please Help me. I'm stuck.
 
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That is because you are doing a POST. a POST in REST means you are creating a new object. You are not, you want to GET the List. So you have to do a GET in order for it to work.

In a POST, the accept header is not requesting any type/format back, the response should only have the success status set and the URI to then GET what just got created. So the Body of a POST is always empty.

a GET is the only RequestMethod type to return data in the Body.

an Update and a Delete only return the status.

Hope that helps

Mark
 
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