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The framework would then look for a class named "MyControllerController," and a method in that controller named "Action" and execute it. For example:
I've seen some examples of controllers and read the Spring documentation. It looks like that convention is not supported in Spring MVC. Am I correct? You have to explicitly declare the mapping in either a bean config file or use a @RequestMapping annotation?
Spring MVC framework is designed around a DispatcherServlet with configurable handler mappings, view resolution ant many things. The default handler is based on the @Controller and @RequestMapping annotations if you are using spring 3.0. In older version of spring you need to declare the bean in configuration file for request mapping.