Can we discover end points of Rest API without looking at the code ?
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 Q1. Can we discover end points of Rest API without looking at the code ?Rest2017-05-05 08:40:31

Ans. Generally Rest services don't have any registry like we have WSDL is SOAP and hence don't have a way to know the end points without looking at either the url mapping in controller or client code. Some restful service publish WADL (Web Application Description Language) and hence clients can locate the service end points.

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