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How does the framework handle the duplicate post problem

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How does the spring framework handle the duplicate post problem or what would you do to avoid the same.

The above question i came accross a interview please help me
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I don't think Spring provides a functionality to handle duplicate posts. This is something you will have to do yourself. For avoiding duplicate form submissions you can have a look here.
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