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Is MVCDispatcherServert avilabele in Servlet Context ?

 
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hello Ranchers,
can we make MVCDispatcherServlet which is the front controller of the spring MVC avilable in the ServletContext. ? I just iterated through all the attributes of servler context but I was not able to find any key related to MVCDispatcherServler. Is it possible that the bean of MVCDispatcherServer is avilable with the ServlerContext ?
I need this , as I am planning to use the api

If I could get the MVCDispatcherServet in applicationcontext my job will get done
Can anybody please let me know if it is already there and if not can we force it ?
Thanks in advance
Samir
 
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