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Restful Jax-RS web service

plz tell me anyone how to use POST mehod in RESTful Jax-rs web servises.

through GET method i am able to send request and getting response with respect through 

but in POST i am not able to do.

how to call POST method from web servise

plz help me

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Re: Restful Jax-RS web service

Hi pallu,


Can you provide some more information:


- What OS version are you using on the device

- Are you attempting to do this via the Browser or in a WebWorks application

- Have you tried doing the same thing in chrome/safari?

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Re: Restful Jax-RS web service

hi tneil,

Thanks for replay actually i am new for blackberry development 


i want a restful webservise it provide data  to may appliction in xml format

1) i am develop appl in blackberry 8520 using 4.6.0 jar version after that i want communicate database.  

in my project request send by get method to the  restful Jax-rs webservise with w.r.t that request  corresponding data is fetch in to the data base & show in xml format on  web browser & in my project getting data by using parsing this xml format.


but i want to request send by POST method to the  restful Jax-rs webservise but i don't no how to call post method in restful jax-rs webservise


i am try this things in Apach tomcate Browser.

some  links restfiul webservise



I am try implement this by POST method but unable to call this method



 public class UserResource {
 public static Response upload(
                @FormParam("name") String name,
                @FormParam("content") String content)
                throws Exception {
          System.out.println(" you get your content as String2222");
        return Response.ok().build();