I'm doing my first system using Spring MVC, and there's a lot to learn (normally because I'm spoiled for choice). I've just switched from using an AbstractController to using a MultiActionController and am now a little puzzled by the function of the 'handleRequestInternal' method. I thought that in an MAC, all the handling was done by different non-standard methods, chosen either by matching the last bit of the URL to a method name or by some other means, depending on resolver. So where does 'handleRequestInternal' come in? Is this a fallback, which handles the request if no other specific handlers are matched?
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