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 @DefaultValue Annotation Example


Sometimes URL doesn’t contain the values which are expected the methods. In that situation we can use @DefaultValue for passing default values to method parameters. @DefaultValue is good for optional parameter.


1.Create Dynamic web project in eclipse, convert that into Maven Project



2.Add Jersey jar files manually / through Maven by writing repo details in pom.xml



3.Create RESTFul webservice



4.Configure web.xml



5.Test Webservice directly by using URL / writing webservice client


in Above URL we are not passing Name, Address paramaeter values. So it will take Default values passed in @DefaultValue("XXXX") annotation


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