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Question: What are the differences between GET and POST service methods?

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By using Get method in Session managment such as URL-rewriting we cannot get the data sent by URL-rewriting
You can use post method without worrying about URL-rewriting.

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Question: What are the differences between GET and POST service methods?


By using Get method in Session managment such as URL-rewriting we cannot get the data sent by URL-rewriting
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