Your questions are more general REST questions. Try to read about REST in
general, but for question 2, I would use @PUT instead of @POST since it's
updating existing data. @GET is appropriate when you are retrieving data
(you want to get all the current data for a user).

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On Dec 31, 2012, at 9:43 AM, Nuwan Bandara <mail.nu...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

I'm new to Resteasy $ Webservices. I'm in the process of exposing one of my
stateless session bean remote interface as a resteasy web service.
Application configuration is done and able to expose the methods as web
services.

Here are my questions:


   1. I have a method that is suppose to update a one database value
   depending on the values pass by the client. I can ether accept the param as
   @PathParam or @QueryParam. Which one is better and why?
   2. As I've understand I can use @GET to do this. Al the same time I see
   @POST also can be used. Which one is better and please explain me why?

Thanks,
Nuwan

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