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PathMatcher implementation for Ant-style path patterns. Examples are provided below.
Part of this mapping code has been kindly borrowed from Apache Ant.
The mapping matches URLs using the following rules:
- ? matches one character
- * matches zero or more characters
- ** matches zero or more 'directories' in a path
@author Alef Arendsen @author Juergen Hoeller @author Rob Harrop @author Arjen Poutsma @author Rossen Stoyanchev @since 16.07.2003
com/*.jsp- matches all
.jspfiles in the
com/**/test.jsp- matches all
test.jspfiles underneath the
org/springframework/**/*.jsp- matches all
.jspfiles underneath the
A simple decorator for a Map, encapsulating the workflow for caching expensive values in a target Map. Supports caching weak or strong keys.
This class is an abstract template. Caching Map implementations should subclass and override the
create(key)method which encapsulates expensive creation of a new object. @author Keith Donald @author Juergen Hoeller @since 1.2.2 @deprecated as of Spring 3.2, to be removed along with LabeledEnum support
A strategy for handling errors. This is especially useful for handling errors that occur during asynchronous execution of tasks that have been submitted to a TaskScheduler. In such cases, it may not be possible to throw the error to the original caller.Class ErrorHandler, void handleError(Throwable)
@author Mark Fisher @since 3.0 .
Handle the given error, possibly rethrowing it as a fatal exception.
Determine whether the given method is a CGLIB 'renamed' method, following the pattern "CGLIB$methodName$0". @param renamedMethod the method to check @see