Spring Framework

Package org.springframework.web.bind.annotation

Annotations for binding requests to controllers and handler methods as well as for binding request parameters to method arguments.

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Interface Summary
ValueConstants Common value constants shared between bind annotations.
 

Enum Summary
RequestMethod Java 5 enumeration of HTTP request methods.
 

Annotation Types Summary
CookieValue Annotation which indicates that a method parameter should be bound to an HTTP cookie.
ExceptionHandler Annotation for handling exceptions in specific handler classes and/or handler methods.
InitBinder Annotation that identifies methods which initialize the WebDataBinder which will be used for populating command and form object arguments of annotated handler methods.
Mapping Meta annotation that indicates a web mapping annotation.
ModelAttribute Annotation that binds a method parameter or method return value to a named model attribute, exposed to a web view.
PathVariable Annotation which indicates that a method parameter should be bound to a URI template variable.
RequestBody Annotation indicating a method parameter should be bound to the body of the web request.
RequestHeader Annotation which indicates that a method parameter should be bound to a web request header.
RequestMapping Annotation for mapping web requests onto specific handler classes and/or handler methods.
RequestParam Annotation which indicates that a method parameter should be bound to a web request parameter.
RequestPart Annotation that can be used to associate the part of a "multipart/form-data" request with a method argument.
ResponseBody Annotation which indicates that a method return value should be bound to the web response body.
ResponseStatus Marks a method or exception class with the status code and reason that should be returned.
SessionAttributes Annotation that indicates the session attributes that a specific handler uses.
 

Package org.springframework.web.bind.annotation Description

Annotations for binding requests to controllers and handler methods as well as for binding request parameters to method arguments.


Spring Framework