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connect to 127.0.0.1 port 8080 failed: Connection refused

 
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   Hello!

  I created a simple RestController, usin Spring (not Boot).
   

  I successfully started it with

 


      In Concole I see the output of  System.out.println(userRestController.get(2)); So my CRUD-methods works good.

      But, trying to use curl, I see:

 

  Indeed, in terminal I see, that no application listening port 8080.

 
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