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Using Spring have multiple JSON request (POST) in a single HTTP call

 
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How can I use Spring3 framework when combining 2 different REST (using JSON) requests within a single HTTP call? I am using Spring with jackson for JSON conversion. What is the most optimal way of doing it? I am not sure, if it comes under multi-part request.

For example, if I had the following 2 unrelated JSON payloads that I want to combine in a single HTTP call.

"json1":
{
"Name": "abc",
"Age": "111"
}

"json2":
{
"stockName": "xyz",
"stockSymbol": "SS"
}

Once my main controller method handles the initial call, is it then possible to map different additional controller methods for different JSON payloads? I want to understand what is the optimal way of handling such scenarios?

Thanks for the help.
 
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