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getting error 405 Method Not Allowed when calling a @GET webservice using a post method.  RSS feed

 
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Can we call a webservice method which uses @GET in another resful service using POST method.

I'm calling the methods in ServiceRestful.java, the method looks like this
 
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So then why are you calling exchange() with HttpMethod.POST?
 
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I did tried like this, I still get the same error

String response = restTemplate.postForObject(paycardIdPath, request, String.class);
return response;
 
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You are using a POST request targeted for a handler method which is annotated indicating that it handles GET requests -- 405 Method Not Allowed seems like a proper response.
 
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Well, it should be possible to forward the request to a GET action, but then pass the GET verb!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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