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  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as CODETERM2 ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an CODETERM3 .. details
  • Remember that erasure is URL_http://www.angelikalanger.com/Gener icsFAQ/FAQSections/TechnicalDetails.html#FAQ101 [replacing-type-parameters-by- their-leftmost-bound] and that a URL_http://gafter.blogspot.com/2006/12/super- type-tokens.html [super-type-token] (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection.. details
  • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice.. details
  • _But_ the CODETERM6 class really likes to have no-arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors.. details
  • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
  • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
  • This involves creating a CODETERM2 like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
  • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details
  • An example of how to do this is in URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7385858/guice-module-with-type- parameters [this-question] , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on.. details
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  • 0. jersey resource inject jsonjaxbcontext html constructor leftmost basically gson faq101: 7
    • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as JacksonJaxbJsonProvider ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an @Provider .. details
    • Remember that erasure is icsFAQ/FAQSections/TechnicalDetails.html#FAQ101 [replacing-type-parameters-by- their-leftmost-bound] and that a type-tokens.html [super-type-token] (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection.. details
    • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice.. details
    • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
    • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
    • _But_ the JSONJAXBContext class really likes to have no-arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors.. details
    • This involves creating a JSONJAXBContext like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 0. jax jersey configuration greatly question parameter find stack servlet register: 3
    • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details
    • An example of how to do this is in parameters [this-question] , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on.. details
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  • Remember that erasure is icsFAQ FAQSections TechnicalDetails html#FAQ101 replacing type parameters by their leftmost bound and that a type tokens html super type token (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection .
  • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?.
  • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON .
  • This involves creating a JSONJAXBContext like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But the JSONJAXBContext class really likes to have no arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors .
  • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice .
  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as JacksonJaxbJsonProvider ) in the Jersey recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an @Provider .
  • Remember that erasure is icsFAQ FAQSections TechnicalDetails html#FAQ101 replacing type parameters by their leftmost bound and that a type tokens html super type token (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection .
  • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?.
  • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON .
  • This involves creating a JSONJAXBContext like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But the JSONJAXBContext class really likes to have no arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors .
  • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice .
  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as JacksonJaxbJsonProvider ) in the Jersey recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an @Provider .
  • Remember that erasure is icsFAQ FAQSections TechnicalDetails html#FAQ101 replacing type parameters by their leftmost bound and that a type tokens html super type token (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection .
  • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?.
  • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON .
  • This involves creating a JSONJAXBContext like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But the JSONJAXBContext class really likes to have no arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors .
  • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice .
  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as JacksonJaxbJsonProvider ) in the Jersey recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an @Provider .
  • An example of how to do this is in parameters this question , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on .
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX RS stack .
  • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
  • An example of how to do this is in parameters this question , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on .
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX RS stack .
  • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
  • An example of how to do this is in parameters this question , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on .
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX RS stack .
  • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
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    • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?.
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
    • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON .
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
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Documentation:
  • N/A
  • An example of how to do this is in URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7385858/guice-module-with-type- parameters [this-question] , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on.
Features:
  • This involves creating a CODETERM2 like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • N/A
Usability:
  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as CODETERM2 ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an CODETERM3 .
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • This involves creating a CODETERM2 like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 6
    1. general: 6
      • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as CODETERM2 ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an CODETERM3 .. details
      • Remember that erasure is URL_http://www.angelikalanger.com/Gener icsFAQ/FAQSections/TechnicalDetails.html#FAQ101 [replacing-type-parameters-by- their-leftmost-bound] and that a URL_http://gafter.blogspot.com/2006/12/super- type-tokens.html [super-type-token] (which is what that TypeToken is, as used in Guice & Gson and various other places) is basically a trick that lets you get access to the parameterized type information of the superclass via reflection.. details
      • But I'd like to have my dependencies injected with Guice.. details
      • _But_ the CODETERM6 class really likes to have no-arg constructors on the resources while my resources really like to have their dependecies injected in their constructors.. details
      • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
      • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • An example of how to do this is in URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7385858/guice-module-with-type- parameters [this-question] , this uses some guice classes but if you look at the guice source it should be become reasonably obvious what is going on.. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
      • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details