what is difference between get and post method in load
runner or it same as the concept in html form
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Answer / deepak
GET method is mainly used when the client requests are made
to the server. This is like a query made to the server.
POST method is used to submit a set of data to the server.
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What is the difference between post and get method?
It typically uses the URL rather than placing data in the body. Originally Answered: What is the difference between a methode post and a GET? Generally GET method is used to request data from a specified resource where as POST method is used to submit data to be processed to a specified resource
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