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Hello.

My question is: Is it right to convert object before controller in http message converter OR I should do it in my controller calling specific converter manually.

I receive JSON from browser, in this format:


Before I get in controller I want to convert some properties, for example, from id to model [int groupId -> Group group].
So the final object will be like this:


And controller in this case is very small:


For such convertion, I created and registered CreateScheduleDTOConverter:


And in AppConfig that implements WebMvcConfigurer added:

 
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