What is the Request process lifecycle of Spring 3.0 MVC in Java?

What is the Request process lifecycle of Spring 3.0 MVC in Java?

 Following is the Request process lifecycle of Spring 3.0 MVC:
 1 The client sends a request to web container in the form of http request.
 2 This incoming request is intercepted by Front controller (DispatcherServlet) and it will then tries to  find out appropriate Handler Mappings.
 3 With the help of Handler Mappings, the DispatcherServlet will dispatch the request to appropriate  Controller.
 4 The Controller tries to process the request and returns the Model and View object in form of  ModelAndView instance to the Front Controller.
 5 The Front Controller then tries to resolve the View (which can be JSP, Freemarker, Velocity etc) by  consulting the View Resolver object.
 6 The selected view is then rendered back to client.

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