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How to Use POST Response from Alfresco API in AEM6.4

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Dear all, Thanks for your response now it is resolved.

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Enable/Configure debug logs on "com.sunita.wpr.aem", "org.apache.http" and "org.apache.sling"  and check

Do you see this servlet/service registered and enabled in felix console?

What do you see in the browser console logs?  Use developer tools or Fiddler or any other proxy and check the headers on request/response

Check if there are any errors related to CORS/CSRF/Referrer Filter?