I have a Spring Framework question.
What does it mean to give to the @Controller class?
It is recognized as an annotation that defines which method performs processing on the request URL.
Does that mean that it will be the @Controller class that handles requests like "address: port/application name /"?
Answer # 1
I received a request like "address: port/application name /"
I think it depends on the settings of the application,
For the time being
@Controller classIf you give it to, it will be a "request to the root of the application".
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