What are the advantages and disadvantages of statelessness in RESTful Webservices?

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Posted On : 3/31/2016 12:29:45 PM
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                 Advantages:

Web services can treat each method request independently.
Web services need not to maintain client’s previous interactions. It simplifies application design.
As HTTP is itself a statelessness protocol, RESTful Web services work seamlessly with HTTP protocol
Disadvantages:

Web services need to get extra information in each request and then interpret to get the client’s state in case client interactions are to be taken care of.
 
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