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This page outlines the three options you have for deploying JAX-RS applications in WildFly 8. These three methods are specified in the JAX-RS 1.1 specification in section 2.3.2.

Subclassing javax.ws.rs.core.Application and using @ApplicationPath

This is the easiest way and does not require any xml configuration. Simply include a subclass of javax.ws.rs.core.Application in your application, and annotate it with the path that you want your JAX-RS classes to be available. For example:

This will make your JAX-RS resources available under /mywebappcontext/mypath.

Note that that the path is /mypath not /mypath/*

Subclassing javax.ws.rs.core.Application and using web.xml

If you do not wish to use @ApplicationPath but still need to subclass Application you can set up the JAX-RS mapping in web.xml:

This will make your JAX-RS resources available under /mywebappcontext/hello.

You can also use this approach to override an application path set with the @ApplicationPath annotation.

Using web.xml

If you don't wan't to subclass Application you can set the JAX-RS mapping in web.xml as follows:

This will make your JAX-RS resources available under /mywebappcontext/hello.

Note that you only have to add the mapping, not the corresponding servlet. The server is responsible for adding the corresponding servlet automatically.
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