This applies to the cases when:
- I have nulls or unannotated classes in getClasses() collection
- or ambiguous resource path in resources
- perhaps other validation issues I am not aware of at the moment
If strict validation is turned off, Jersey should just print the errors as warnings and ignore the erroneous resources (i.e. exclude them from the resource list).
Demo: application with all kinds of validation issues, configured to not do strict validation - show it is working and the warnings are printed to the log.