RESTful Web Services using Jersey
RESTful Web Services are services based on HTTP methods and the REST concept. There are usually four HTTP methods used to define services RESTful:
• POST: upload a new resource (create or modify). Repeated executions can have distinct effects.
• PUT: create a new entry in the collection. Repeated executions will have the same effect as the one obtained from a single IDEMPOTENT operation
• GET: identify a resource without modifying the source. The operation shouldn’t be used in creating
• DELETE: delete a resource. Repeated executions will have the same effect as the one obtained from a single IDEMPOTENT operation.
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