You want to call a web service using the HTTP PUT method to place a resource into the web server, and perhaps pass parameters as part of the HTTP body or in the query string, to the web service.
Just as with the GET, POST, and DELETE methods, we can use the
PUT method using
We must explicitly set our URL’s method to PUT.
Figure 8-5. The PUT web service opened in a web browser
This web service expects PUT requests and is able to print out parameters that are sent as part of the query string and as part of the HTTP body. So you can send both types of parameters in the same request. Let’s write a simple app that can create an asynchronous connection and send a few parameters as a query string, and a few parameters in the HTTP body to the aforementioned URL using the PUT method:
NSString *urlAsString = @"http://pixolity.com/put.php"; urlAsString = [urlAsString stringByAppendingString:@"?param1=First"]; urlAsString = [urlAsString stringByAppendingString:@"¶m2=Second"]; NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:urlAsString]; NSMutableURLRequest *urlRequest = [NSMutableURLRequest requestWithURL:url]; [urlRequest setTimeoutInterval:30.0f]; ...