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REST service with content fields

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This is a complete beginners question about REST.

Can data be passed to a REST service as content fields... i.e. not in the url but more like form data?

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Hi

Yes you can pass it with POST instead via URL with GET. You can find some examples here
http://rest.elkstein.org/2008/02/using-rest-in-php.html

There are other examples as well for different languages.
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