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Handling JAX-RS and Bean Validation Errors with MVC

Since JAX-RS 2.0 you can use Bean Validation to validate inputs received from users and outputs created in your application. It’s a handy feature and in most cases it works great. But what if you’re using also MVC and you want to display custom error page if something goes wrong? Or what if you want to handle Bean Validation issues in a slightly different way than JAX-RS implementation you’re using does? This article will give you some answers to these questions.

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