Saturday, August 10, 2013

using generic types in response entities with jersey 2.0 client

a special type for a special case

Java Generics are great, but they can truly be a beast to deal with once you start dealing with Class references that can't carry a generic type with them. In the case of using Jersey 2.0's client API, you may come into a situation where a resource returns a generified type, such as List<Message>. You can't map the entity to List<Message>.class, but thankfully Jersey has a very easy way to handle this case:

That's it! Just binding it to GenericType<List<Message>>(){} takes care of it!



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