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Hi All,

I am new to Spring framework. It is mentioned in the book

the class[AbstractController ] marks the handleRequest() method as
final, to be closed for modification



But when i was going through the API , i found that this method is not marked as final. Am i studying old version or i do have old API

I am studying through Seth Ladd and Donald books published in the year 2006

Kindly help.
 
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That book isn't real current but at the same time its not far off. You know that 2 years in the tech world is 10 years everywhere else. Without more info I can't help though. What version of the Spring API are you using?
 
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Version 2.5.4

But kindly tell me , has handleRequest() method been marked as final now?
 
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Originally posted by Patricia Samuel:
Version 2.5.4

But kindly tell me , has handleRequest() method been marked as final now?



I would say no, based on its Javadocs

http://static.springframework.org/spring/docs/2.5.x/api/index.html

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