[JAVA] About specifying the JAXRS path

About the simplest JAX-RS path specification

For example, when creating an application with a URI like the image below image.png

sample → @Path value added to the class name add → @Path value added to the method Query x, y → @QueryParam binds to method argument

That is, the path from the context root Class you want to execute → Method you want to execute Should be specified to correspond to

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