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Julian Reschke scripsit:
> HTTP GET is supposed to be a side-effect free operation. HTTP POST isn't.
> I think the TAG would argue that if you have a POST operation which is
> side-effect free, you should have made it a GET in the first place.
I think that overstates the case. URLs can in practice only be so
long, and a side-effect-free operation might require a large number of
parameters. So POSTs can be side-effect-free, but GETs should never
have side effects.
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