public interface PriorityOrdered extends Ordered
Orderedinterface, expressing a 'priority' ordering: Order values expressed by PriorityOrdered objects always apply before order values of 'plain' Ordered values.
This is primarily a special-purpose interface, used for objects
where it is particularly important to determine 'prioritized'
objects first, without even obtaining the remaining objects.
A typical example: Prioritized post-processors in a Spring
Note: PriorityOrdered post-processor beans are initialized in a special phase, ahead of other post-processor beans. This subtly affects their autowiring behavior: They will only be autowired against beans which do not require eager initialization for type matching.