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From Andre Juffer <>
Subject RESTful applications
Date Sat, 18 Sep 2010 17:52:18 GMT

I am building a RESTful application with cocoon 2.2. I need to be able 
to identify the request method. It appears that in the sitemap, 
{request:method}, or in flow, cocoon.request.getMethod(), the HTTP 
method value always is GET. I need to be able to distinguish between 
GET, PUT, OPTIONS, etc in order to handle the request accordingly. If 
the method value is always GET, then I won't be able to do so. I've 
tested this all with a tool called RESTClient from WizTools at

Could one of you (not) confirm my observation? What to do if indeed the 
request method is always set to GET?

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