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Many services, especially legacy services, are written with the assumption that any request will occur only once. Networks being what they are, this can be difficult to arrange. An idempotency filter is a simple component that merely checks for duplicate requests and ensures that they are sent to the supplier service only once. Such a filter should do only this one task and be used as a decorator over existing service calls.