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package com.sun.jersey.spi.container;
Service-provider interface for creating com.sun.jersey.spi.dispatch.RequestDispatcher instances.

An implementation (a service-provider) identifies itself by placing a provider-configuration file (if not already present), "" in the resource directory META-INF/services, and including the fully qualified service-provider-class of the implementation in the file.

A provider will examine the model of the Web resource method and determine if an invoker can be created for that Web resource method.

Multiple providers can specify the support for different Web resource method patterns, ranging from simple patterns (such as void return and input parameters) to complex patterns that take type URI and query arguments and HTTP request headers as typed parameters.

public interface ResourceMethodDispatchProvider {
Create a com.sun.jersey.spi.dispatch.RequestDispatcher for a resource method of a resource.

abstractResourceMethod the abstract resource method.
the request dispatcher, otherwise null if it could not be created for the abstract resource method.
    RequestDispatcher create(AbstractResourceMethod abstractResourceMethod);    
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