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Class MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter, JavaType getJavaType(Type, Class<?>)

Return the Jackson JavaType for the specified type and context class.

The default implementation returns ObjectMapper.constructType(java.lang.reflect.Type) or [email protected] ObjectMapper.getTypeFactory().constructType(type, contextClass)}, but this can be overridden in subclasses, to allow for custom generic collection handling. For instance:

 protected JavaType getJavaType(Type type) {
   if (type instanceof Class && List.class.isAssignableFrom((Class)type)) {
     return TypeFactory.collectionType(ArrayList.class, MyBean.class);
   } else {
     return super.getJavaType(type);
   }
 }
 
@param type the type to return the java type for @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} signature, can be [email protected] null} @return the java type

Class MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter, JavaType getJavaType(Type, Class<?>)

Return the Jackson JavaType for the specified type and context class.

The default implementation returns TypeFactory.type(java.lang.reflect.Type) or [email protected] TypeFactory.type(type, TypeFactory.type(contextClass))}, but this can be overridden in subclasses, to allow for custom generic collection handling. For instance:

 protected JavaType getJavaType(Type type) {
   if (type instanceof Class && List.class.isAssignableFrom((Class)type)) {
     return TypeFactory.collectionType(ArrayList.class, MyBean.class);
   } else {
     return super.getJavaType(type);
   }
 }
 
@param type the type to return the java type for @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} @return the java type