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Jersey Based RestFul Web service integrated with Spring example Required

 
Maya sekar
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Hi ,

I am trying to build a Jersey Based Rest Web servuce with Spring but I couldn't find an example online that works... Could someone share a simple sample if possible?
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Maya sekar
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This is what I tried,





applicationContext.xml




My web.xml




There are probably tons of mistakes. I couldn't find an example I could easily understand so I resorted to pulling out pieces of code from various examples and patching it together, Frankenstein Style
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 
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What would the "integration" with Spring do? If you have a web app -whether Spring-based or not- you should have no problem adding Jersey to it.
 
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Hi,

By integration I mean that I am trying to write a Jersey based Rest Web Service using Spring Framework....

 
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Yes, but what would Spring add that Jersey/JAX-RS doesn't do? In other words, what exactly are you trying to implement with Spring but struggling to get done? Spring doesn't do REST, Jersey/JAX-RS does. You should have no problems using Spring's DI in your JAX-RS classes, if that's what you mean.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Yes, but what would Spring add that Jersey/JAX-RS doesn't do? In other words, what exactly are you trying to implement with Spring but struggling to get done? Spring doesn't do REST, Jersey/JAX-RS does. You should have no problems using Spring's DI in your JAX-RS classes, if that's what you mean.


That's actually inaccurate. Spring MVC does do REST. Called Spring MVC REST. I find it much easier than JAX-RS. But that is my opinion.

Mark
 
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OP,

Here is an example I once read:

http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/jersey-spring-integration-example/
 
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