public interface ResolvableTypeProvider
Such information is very useful when figuring out if the instance matches a generic signature as Java does not convey the signature at runtime.
Users of this interface should be careful in complex hierarchy scenarios, especially
when the generic type signature of the class changes in sub-classes. It is always
possible to return
null to fallback on a default behavior.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
@Nullable ResolvableType getResolvableType()
ResolvableTypedescribing this instance (or
nullif some sort of default should be applied instead).