2009/12/10 Pavel Shramov <shra...@mexmat.net>

> On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 05:06:09PM +0100, Romain François wrote:
> > > I'm using method name encoded in query part of URL like
> /base/url?Service.Method
> >
> > That seems odd. Why not /base/url?service=Service&method=Method instead ?
> For simplicity (from my point of view). Query string is here only to
> identify method
> to call and not to pass parameters to it. So why to bother?

Because it's a de-facto standard that the query is a set of name/value
pairs.  Following this standard is likely to avoid problems integrating with
other HTTP-based software.


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