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How to handle Ajax response in Spring MVC

 
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Hi ,
I wanna use Ajax in Spring MVC...
Can anyone please help me out on the same
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Thanks in advance
 
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That's a pretty open-ended question. What, exactly, do you want to do? What problems are you encountering? What are you using on the client side?
 
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From JSP page I am making an ajax request to the spring controller and I am trying to print something, like System.out.println("Hello from spring controller"); but am not getting this output in the ajax response object. Is there any other way to send response from spring? Please help..
 
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The response still needs to be returned to the caller; s.o.p just prints to the console. The response can be built using any of the standard Spring/web mechanisms. How that response is handled is up to your calling code.
 
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