Package org.codehaus.jackson.map.type

Package that contains concrete implementations of JavaType, as well as the factory (TypeFactory) for constructing instances from various input data types (like Class, Type) and programmatically (for structured types, arrays, Lists and Maps).

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Class Summary
ArrayType Array types represent Java arrays, both primitive and object valued.
ClassKey Key class, used as an efficient and accurate key for locating per-class values, such as JsonSerializers.
CollectionLikeType Type that represents things that act similar to Collection; but may or may not be instances of that interface.
CollectionType Type that represents Java Collection types (Lists, Sets).
HierarchicType Simple replacement for Class (and/or various Type subtypes) that is used as part of single-path extends/implements chain to express specific relationship between one subtype and one supertype.
MapLikeType Type that represents Map-like types; things that consist of key/value pairs but that do not necessarily implement Map, but that do not have enough introspection functionality to allow for some level of generic handling.
MapType Type that represents "true" Java Map types.
SimpleType Simple types are defined as anything other than one of recognized container types (arrays, Collections, Maps).
TypeBase  
TypeBindings Helper class used for resolving type parameters for given class
TypeFactory Class used for creating concrete JavaType instances, given various inputs.
TypeModifier Class that defines API that can be used to modify details of JavaType instances constructed using TypeFactory.
TypeParser Simple recursive-descent parser for parsing canonical JavaType representations and constructing type instances.
 

Package org.codehaus.jackson.map.type Description

Package that contains concrete implementations of JavaType, as well as the factory (TypeFactory) for constructing instances from various input data types (like Class, Type) and programmatically (for structured types, arrays, Lists and Maps).