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can we use HttpClient.execute(httpGet) to insert data

 
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I need to know can we use HttpClient.execute(httpGet) to insert data.
because below code doesn't work for me.Also it doesn't give any exception too.



when i debug the code it stop the below line .It doesn't return anything.

HttpResponse response = client.execute(httpGet);
 
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And by "insert data" you mean...
 
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I am calling web service method which insert data to database table.
 
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Read up on the HTTP methods GET,PUT,POST (just those for now) to find out the differences between them and which one to use for which tasks.
Also, you should urlencode your request url in case there are special parameters.
You should also test your service via simple tools like a web browser to determine that the server is reachable and the services available.
Then you should verify that the environment running your Java client can connect to the server with the services.
 
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sam liyanage wrote:when i debug the code it stop the below line .It doesn't return anything.



So what does that mean? Does the code hang? Is an ignored exception thrown?
 
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@Armitage

I tried with below in url.Then its working fine.Data inserting to the database.



Code doesn't go.Its hand and no output or any exception.


Then i change the code to below




when i debug it also stuck in below line and not insert data to the database.

HttpResponse response = httpclient.execute(httppost);
 
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You have a try but what happens in the catch of that try? Also read all parts of all the replies you are getting. Don't jyst handpick what you think is important. All of it is very important.
 
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I am getting below in the Logcat



I am using WSO2 DSS server to create Web services.It uses Axis2 in the back end to generate Web Services.Anyway i don't know why it gives me this error?
 
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