Unsurprisingly, the XML we see here is identical to the one that we saw earlier.
Object Notation). This can be seen in the values for each of the @Produces and
@Consumes annotations in our code.
If we can see the JSON representation of the result of the findAll() method, all we
need to do is select GET(application/json) and click on the Test button.
We can also insert, read, or modify a single record by selecting the appropriate HTTP
request and passing the appropriate parameters. The corresponding method in our
RESTful web service will be automatically called.