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Kevin Florish
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How do Restlets fit into a system designed with Spring?


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Well, if you meant about the integrating Restlets in your existing Spring application, there is a Spring extension in Restlet that lets you do just that. On the Restlet documentation, you'll see examples to configure either Spring or Restlet as your main container. Configuring the router is then as easy as this
 
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