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Receiving HTTP 405 When trying to use Jersey Client to Process POST to Web Service

 
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I am using JDK 1.6, Jersey, & Jersey Client to post a JSON String to a web service running on my local tomcat container.





What can I be doing wrong? Thank you for taking the time to read this...

-James
 
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First, it seems that the code you listed does not match the output you listed. I don't see anywhere in the code where you print out the JSON String, yet this appears in the output "JSON String: {"qty":100,"name":"iPad 4"} ".

Secondly, 405 errors have to do with method mismatches (like trying to send a POST request to a server that only allows GET requests). Are you sure your server is set up to accept and process POST requests?
 
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