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Spring + JSF + Spring REST Confused with Configurations

 
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Hi,

We are developing an application that consist of Spring, JSF and Spring REST. We started working on it and we have added some test files. I am working with the REST API part. I added the configuration, ran the project and accessed the api but it throws a 404, requested resource is not available. Following are the locations and files

WEB-INF/web.xml


WEB-INF/springrestcontroller-servlet.xml


com.company.api.CommonController


The url I used to access the api is
localhost:8081/MilkyWaySpringJSF/api/

This should return the String "Hello Welcome to API" but only 404 is thrown. No errors or exception is thrown in Log or console.

EDIT:
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When I remove request mapping from class and change the web.xml mapping to the following



the project works fine. But if I change back the controller and web.xml, 404 is thrown. I am

As far as I know, if the url pattern in web.xml should be same as controller class request mapping, then api should work fine but this isn't working.
 
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