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In my previous tips, I have shown you how to write RESTful methods for GET, PUT and DELETE. In this tip, I will tackle the method which is probably the most used (and abused), the POST method.
The POST method is the one method that you need to be most mindful of. First it is not safe and second it is not idempotent. Therefore you must take extra care in how you design your URL as well as your method . In this case, I will add another method to the CarController that creates a new
Updated 11-30-2011 at 02:41 PM by Spring Framework