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RESTful Java Web Services - Second Edition by Jobinesh Purushothaman

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Using third-party entity provider frameworks with Jersey

We discussed about various frameworks for JSON processing (and binding) in Chapter 2, Java APIs for JSON Processing. In this section, we will see how to tell JAX-RS runtime to use a different entity provider (also known as binding framework) framework instead of the default one provided by the container.

When you deploy the JAX-RS 2.0 application on theWebLogic or GlassFish server, runtime automatically adds MOXy as the JSON binding framework for your application. Note that MOXy is EclipseLink's object-to-XML and object-to-JSON mapping provider. However, you can override the default JSON processor framework offered by runtime (Jersey) with the one that you may prefer for your application. ...

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