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Is WebRequestInterceptors Spring's way to do Servlet Filters?Page Title Module
Servlet Filters exist in Spring as well, but the WebRequestInterceptor implementations are used to integrate with other technologies like JPA or Hibernate for example to tie in a Hibernate Session for the entirety of a request while taking advantage of the Spring context and bean wiring.