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package org.springframework.integration.http.config;
The HTTP Integration infrastructure beanFactory initializer.

Author(s):
Artem Bilan
Since:
4.0
	private static final Log logger = LogFactory.getLog(HttpIntegrationConfigurationInitializer.class);
	private static final boolean servletPresent = ClassUtils.isPresent("javax.servlet.Servlet",
	public void initialize(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactorythrows BeansException {
		if (beanFactory instanceof BeanDefinitionRegistry) {
		}
		else {
			.warn("'IntegrationRequestMappingHandlerMapping' isn't registered because 'beanFactory'" +
					" isn't an instance of `BeanDefinitionRegistry`.");
		}
	}

Registers an org.springframework.integration.http.inbound.IntegrationRequestMappingHandlerMapping which could also be overridden by the user by simply registering a org.springframework.integration.http.inbound.IntegrationRequestMappingHandlerMapping <bean> with 'id' org.springframework.integration.http.support.HttpContextUtils.HANDLER_MAPPING_BEAN_NAME.

In addition, checks if the javax.servlet.Servlet class is present on the classpath. When Spring Integration HTTP is used only as an HTTP client, there is no reason to use and register the HTTP server components.

			BeanDefinitionBuilder requestMappingBuilder =
					requestMappingBuilder.getBeanDefinition());
		}
	}
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