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WebServiceContext or handle to session in CXF JAX-RS implementation

 
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Hi
I'm using JAX-RS for implementing RESTful service. I'm trying to get hold of session. Over the articles, it is mentioned that we can get it from WebServiceContext in the following manner.
((HttpServletRequest)context.getMessageContext().get(MessageContext.SERVLET_REQUEST)).getSession()

Please find the implementation class, web.xml and spring-config.xml below. The problem is WebServiceContext is null. Can someone please tell me how to get a handle to session?
 
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