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@JsonIdentityInfo causing Unsupported Media Type

 
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Here is my class.  




The problem is, without the annotation, I can't get it to work properly on a GET request.   Is there any workaround?
 
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I guess the objects cannot be serialized into JSON and that causes unsupported media type.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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