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Anyone remember why Resteasy web.xml config setting,
resteasy.servlet.mapping.prefix was part of Resteasy arch?
It appears in the very 1st 1.0.1 documentation release, so it must have been
part of the initial design.
Resteasy completely ignores servlet-mapping's, url-pattern, and uses
declared and @ApplicationPath if it is not declared.
In addition, if both
@ApplicationPath and resteasy.servlet.mapping.prefix are declared value in
@ApplicationPath takes precedence, while the value in the descriptor should take
Changes may need to be made to this. I would like to understand why this
design so as not to implement a
change that would break Resteasy in a major way.
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