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Web Services and XML

I've extended the declarative hyperlinking module to support the HTTP Link header. It works similarly to the @Link annotation I described earlier except you annotate the response entity class with @LinkHeader (or @LinkHeaders if you need more than one Link header) instead of annotating response entity fields with @Link. Here's a complete example that shows both annotations in action: @LinkHeader(...
on Mar 18, 2010
I've spent some time fleshing out the code in the experimental declarative hyperlinking module I blogged about earlier. In that earlier entry I showed how you could use the new @Link annotation with existing URI templates either explicitly like this: @Link("widgets/{id}")URI link; or by referencing a resource class @Path annotation value like this: @Link(resource=WidgetResource.class)...
on Mar 17, 2010
One of the areas I'm keen to improve in the next version of JAX-RS is link creation. JAX-RS already offers UriBuilder but I think an annotation driven approach could save a lot of repetitive coding. I've been experimenting with a couple of annotations that I think would be useful and I just checked in an experimental extension that partially implements what I have in mind. Suppose you have a...
on Mar 10, 2010