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PUT versus POST: one of those conversations you try not to have. It leads to broken friendships, rainy picnics, and sad-looking kittens. People are passionate about REST, and this is one of the really sensitive topics.

First, you can read the technical descriptions in the rfc2616 document I mentioned earlier. It’s actually pretty cool stuff. But this is more than theory: you’ll need to know when to choose PUT and when to choose POST, so listen up!

Each HTTP method is said to be “safe” or “unsafe”. An HTTP method is “safe” if using it doesn’t modify anything on the server. Ok, yes, logs will be written and analytics collected, but “safe” methods should never modify any real data. GET and HEAD are “safe” methods.

Making a request with unsafe methods - like POST, PUT and DELETE - does change data. Actually, if you make a request with an unsafe method it may not change anything. For example, if I try to update a programmer’s avatarNumber to the value it already has, nothing happens.

The point is that if a client uses an unsafe method, it knows that this method may have consequences. But if it uses a safe method, that request won’t ever have consequences. You could of course write an API that violates this. But that’s dishonest - like showing a picture of ice cream and then giving people broccoli. I like brocolli, but don’t be a jerk.

Being “safe” affects caching. Safe requests can be cached by a client, but unsafe requests can’t be. But caching is a whole different topic!

Within the unsafe methods, we have to talk about the famous term: “idempotency”. A request is idempotent if the side effects of making the request 1 time is the same as making the request 2, 3, 4, or 1072 times. PUT and DELETE are idempotent, POST is not.

For example, if we make the PUT request from our test once, it updates the avatarNumber to 2. If we make it again, the avatarNumber will still be 2. If we make the PUT request 1 time or 10 times, the server always results in the same state.

Now think about the POST request in our test, and imagine for a second that the nickname doesn’t have to be unique, because that detail clouds things here unnecessarily.

Since 1913, when the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace investigated violations of international law during the Second Balkan War, the practice of monitoring and reporting has developed under the direction of multiple mandating bodies including the United Nations Security Council, European Union, and Arab League. 1 Within the United Nations, specific treaty nike roshe run black and white specks on skin

Peacebuilding and stabilisation programs over the last two decades have incorporated humanitarian aspects into their mandates, contributing to serious problems in the field for dedicated humanitarian actors. As such, it is imperative to understand the role of these programs and how they relate to humanitarian action.

Peacebuilding as an operational format gained traction in Boutros more...

Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are "persons or groups of persons who have been forced or obliged to flee or to leave their homes or places of habitual residence, in particular as a result of or in order to avoid the effects of armed conflict, situations of generalised violence, violations of human rights or natural or human-made disasters, and who have not crossed an internationally more...

Armed conflict is a leading public health issue with an estimated 181,795,000 deaths caused by war and civil conflict injury in 2008 alone. 1 While global data on mortality and morbidity rates related to armed conflict is difficult to assess, particularly with regards to deaths indirectly caused by conflict, conflict-specific reports have provided a more complete view of mortality more...

Public International Law (PIL) rests upon two core concepts enmeshed in each of its underlying regimes: those of sovereignty and non-intervention. These privileges are allotted only to recognized States as qualified by the standards set forth in the Montevideo Convention of 1933. Article 1 of the Convention articulates that “the state as a person of international law should possess the more...

Security risk to humanitarian actors operating in the field has increased significantly since the 1990s 1 , with deaths reaching an average of 100 per year from 2001 to 2010. 2 Violence peaked in 2008, and 2009-10 displayed a slight downturn in aggression toward aid workers globally. 3 This turn was not a result of improved security but rather of the withdrawal more...

Certification

Companies in certain high-risk categories—such as toys, pressure vessels, elevators, gas appliances, and electrical and medical devices—wanting to do business in Europe must comply with Conformité Europeënne Mark (CE Mark) requirements. One way for organizations to comply is to have their management system certified by a third-party audit organization to management system requirement criteria (such as ISO 9001 ). Customers may suggest or require that their suppliers conform to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, or safety criteria, and federal regulations and requirements may also apply. A third-party audit normally results in the issuance of a certificate stating that the auditee organization management system complies with the requirements of a pertinent standard or regulation. Third-party audits for system certification should be performed by organizations that have been evaluated and accredited by an established accreditation board, such as the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) .

Performance versus compliance/conformance audits

Various authors use the following terms to describe an audit purpose beyond compliance and conformance: value-added assessments, management audits, added value auditing, and continual improvement assessment. The purpose of these audits goes beyond traditional compliance and conformance audits. The audit purpose relates to organization performance. Audits that determine compliance and conformance are not focused on good or poor performance. Yet performance is an important concern for most organizations.

A key difference between compliance/conformance audits and audits designed to promote improvement is the collection of audit evidence related to organization performance versus evidence to verify conformance or compliance to a standard or procedure. An organization may conform to its procedures for taking orders, but if every order is subsequently changed two or three times, management may have cause for concern and want to rectify the inefficiency.

Follow-up audit

A product, process, or system audit may have findings that require correction and corrective action. Since most corrective actions cannot be performed at the time of the audit, the audit program manager may require a follow-up audit to verify that corrections were made and corrective actions were taken. Due to the high cost of a single-purpose follow-up audit, it is normally combined with the next scheduled audit of the area. However, this decision should be based on the importance and risk of the finding.

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