jersey integration with spring

jersey integration with spring

I want to use Jersey 1.1 with spring 2.5. The exact thing that i need to do is write a interface which would be exposed as the service and implementation in a class that extends the interface.

I cannot do it in applicationContext.xml, maybe because the XSD has changed.

Could some one provide with a sample code/snippet/file where they have been able to implement this successfully.

Thanks in Advance, Adhir Aima

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