Orderedinterface. Lower values have higher priority. The default value is
Ordered.LOWEST_PRECEDENCE, indicating lowest priority (losing to any other specified order value).
Since Spring 4.1, the standard
Priority can be used as
a drop-in replacement of this annotation.
NOTE: Annotation-based ordering is supported for specific kinds of
components only, e.g. for annotation-based AspectJ aspects. Spring container
strategies, on the other hand, are typically based on the
interface in order to allow for configurable ordering of each instance.
|Modifier and Type||Optional Element and Description|
The order value.