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Class GenericHttpMessageConverter

A specialization of HttpMessageConverter that can convert an HTTP request into a target object of a specified generic type. @author Arjen Poutsma @author Rossen Stoyanchev @since 3.2 @see org.springframework.core.ParameterizedTypeReference
Class GenericHttpMessageConverter, boolean canRead(Type, Class<?>, MediaType)

Indicates whether the given type can be read by this converter. @param type the type to test for readability @param contextClass a context class for the target type, for example a class in which the target type appears in a method signature, can be [email protected] null} @param mediaType the media type to read, can be [email protected] null} if not specified. Typically the value of a [email protected] Content-Type} header. @return [email protected] true} if readable; [email protected] false} otherwise
Class GenericHttpMessageConverter, T read(Type, Class<?>, HttpInputMessage)

Read an object of the given type form the given input message, and returns it. @param type the type of object to return. This type must have previously been passed to the canRead method of this interface, which must have returned [email protected] true}. @param type the type of the target object @param contextClass a context class for the target type, for example a class in which the target type appears in a method signature, can be [email protected] null} @param inputMessage the HTTP input message to read from @return the converted object @throws IOException in case of I/O errors @throws HttpMessageNotReadableException in case of conversion errors