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What is the difference between @PathParam and @QueryParam in REST?

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What is the difference between @PathParam and @QueryParam in REST?
posted Feb 9, 2015 by anonymous

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PathParam and QueryParam:

Query parameters are added to the url after the ? mark, while a path parameter is part of the regular URL.

In the URL below tom could be the value of a path parameter and there is one query parameter with the name id and value 1:

answer Feb 11, 2015 by Karthick.c
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