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For each property present in the 'properties' definition, we add a property to a given Java class according to the JavaBeans spec. A private field is added to the parent class, along with accompanying accessor methods getter and setter. If the generate-builders property is set to truethen a builder method is also added:. When encountering the type attribute e.
When applying the usePrimitives option, the primitives doubleinteger and boolean will replace the wrapper types listed above. If additionalProperties is specified and set to the boolean value falsethen the generated Java type does not support additional properties.
If the additionalProperties node is present and specifies a schema, then an "additionalProperties" map is added to the generated type and map values will be restricted according to the additionalProperties schema. Where the additionalProperties schema species a type objectmap values will be restricted to instances of a newly generated Java type.
If the given schema does not specify the javaType property, the name of the newly generated type will be derived from the parent type name and the suffix 'Property'. The 'items' rule defines a schema for the contents of an array.
In generated Java types, the value of 'items' dictates the generic type of Lists and Sets. If items itself declares a complex type "type" : "object" then the generic type of the List or Set will itself be a generated type e.
The 'required' schema rule doesn't produce a structural change in generated Java types, it simply causes the text Required to be added to the JavaDoc for fields, getters and setters.
The 'optional' schema rule doesn't produce a structural change in generated Java types, it simply causes the text Optional to be added to the JavaDoc for fields, getters and setters. Rather than marking optional properties as optionalone should mark required properties as required. For properties of type 'array', setting uniqueItems to false or omitting it entirely causes the generated Java property to be of type java. When uniqueItems is set to truethe generated Java property value is of type java. When a generated type includes a property of type "enum", the generated enum type becomes a static inner type declared within the enclosing parent generated type.
If an enum is declared at the root of a schema, the generated enum is a public Java type with no enclosing type. The actual enum value is held in a 'value' property inside the enum constants. Using the default rule in your JSON Schema causes the corresponding property in your generated Java type to be initialised with a default value.
You'll see the default value is ased during field declaration. Default values are supported for the JSON Schema properties of type stringintegerand boolean ; for enum properties; for properties with format of utc-millisec or date-time ; for arrays of any of these types. As the above table shows, dates can be given a default using either a of millis since epoch or a date string ISO or RFC In either case, the date will be initialized using a millisecond value in the generated Java type. The title text will appear in JavaDoc comments of the field, getter and setter.
The description text will appear in JavaDoc comments of the field, getter and setter. Using the format rule for a property can influence the Java type chosen to represent your property values. When you use a format value that jsonschema2pojo recognises, it will use a better more appropriate type for your Java bean property. For example, when I define a JSON property in my schema of type stringif I also attach the rule "format" : "uri" to that property because my string is actually a URI then my corresponding Java property will now have the type java. URI instead of java.
When the extends rule is encountered in your JSON schema to indicate that one type extends anotherthis will produce an extends relationship in your generated Java types. Note: the extends rule in JSON schema accepts a schema or an array of schemas - jsonschema2pojo only supports the single schema variant. Note: If you want to refer to classpath resources from the current Maven module, you will need to bind jsonschema2pojo to a later phase.
By default jsonschema2pojo is bound to generate-sources but if you want resources present in the current module to be on the classpath when the plugin executes, then you should bind jsonschema2pojo to the process-resources phase. For example, to refer to another document in the same directory which will provide the definition of a 'user' object, you might create a schema like:. Both absolute and relative URLs are valid. You may also refer to part of a schema document using the ' ' character followed by a slash or dot delimited path.
When activated, the following JSR annotations will be generated:. When invoking jsonschema2pojo with package argument com. Then invoking jsonschema2pojo with package argument com. The javaType property may appear in any schema definition, not just the root schema in a schema document. For example, this file 'parent. When referencing Jackson class online dating classes, it's also possible to supply generic type arguments, for instance:.
Any schema that makes use of enum may include javaEnumNames. This property allows you to take control of naming your Java enum constants and avoid relying on auto-generated names.
Any schema that makes use of enum may include javaEnums. This property allows you to take control of naming your Java enum constants and avoid relying on auto-generated names and add per-enum constant documentation with title and description. Any schema may include a javaInterfaces property, the value of this property is an array of strings. Each string is expected to contain the fully-qualified name of a Java interface. The Java type generated by the schema will implement all the given interfaces. Any schema may include a javaJsonView property, the value of the property is a fully qualified class name.
The property causes a JsonView annotation to be added to the member with the given class for a value. This only works for Jackson-based annotators. It is supported for v1 and v2 Jackson.
See Jackson Annotations. Using javaName rule allows you to define custom names for java bean properties instead of those inferred from the corresponding json property names. This also affects setters and getters. Set a custom format pattern for date or date-time fields that will be used during serialization if your binding library supports it. If you're using Jackson 2 this will cause an JsonFormat annotation to be added.
For 'date-time' fields you may also set a custom timezone if you want to use a timezone other than UTC when writing out the date-time as a string.
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You can specify which fields should be omitted in the generated equals and hashCode methods using the excludedFromEqualsAndHashCode rule. These fields can be either listed in an object-level array or flagged individually.
This option is only meaningful if equals and hashCode generation is enabled. In the above example, only notExcluded will be inlcuded in equals and hashCode. Class name. Annotation style: Jackson 2. Property word delimiters:. Maven plugin. Gradle plugin. Ant task. Java API. Reference properties For each property present in the 'properties' definition, we add a property to a given Java class according to the JavaBeans spec.
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