No sensitive data in URL − Never use username, password or session token in URL , these values should be passed to Web Service via POST method.
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No sensitive data in URL − Never use username, password or session token in URL [..]
[..] these values should be passed to Web Service via POST method.
these values should be passed to Web Service via POST method.
No. It is sufficient to place it in the request body. E.g. as headers. The verb is irrelevant.
http verbs and rest verbs are same or any difference is there?
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