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Options for Spring and REST services

 
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I think "Spring in Action" only discusses the native spring implementation of the REST services feature and does not use Jersey. However, I believe there is spring support for JBoss's Rest Easy too. Does this use Jersey? Is Jersey JAX-RS compliant? What about the native spring implementation?

I'd love to see a list of the options for implenting REST services with spring and maybe a discussion of he perils and merits of each approach?
Can someone point me to such a discussion? If not, can we enumerate the approaches here?

Thanks
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my personal favourite is Apache CXF for REST, some more info here

http://architects.dzone.com/articles/apache-cxf-vs-apache-axis-vs
 
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Is Jersey JAX-RS compliant?



Yes. Jersey is a reference implementation of JAX-RS.
 
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