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How to modify request object(want to replace a parameter value) using interceptor?

 
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I have a requirement that i have to modify a request parameter value before it reaches controller,So i think in interceptor i have to change?in filters by using HttpServletRequestWrapper we can modify the request.but how can we
do using interceptor?
 
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Hi,

It seems couldn't be done with an interceptor.
Why you discard the filter?


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already we are using interceptor,i think it would n't be good change to filter because of this problem.
 
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