Uses of Class
org.codehaus.jackson.node.BaseJsonNode

Packages that use BaseJsonNode
org.codehaus.jackson.node Contains concrete JsonNode implementations Jackson uses for the Tree model. 
 

Uses of BaseJsonNode in org.codehaus.jackson.node
 

Subclasses of BaseJsonNode in org.codehaus.jackson.node
 class ArrayNode
          Node class that represents Arrays mapped from Json content.
 class BigIntegerNode
          Numeric node that contains simple 64-bit integer values.
 class BinaryNode
          Value node that contains Base64 encoded binary value, which will be output and stored as Json String value.
 class BooleanNode
          This concrete value class is used to contain boolean (true / false) values.
 class ContainerNode
          This intermediate base class is used for all container nodes, specifically, array and object nodes.
 class DecimalNode
          Numeric node that contains values that do not fit in simple integer (int, long) or floating point (double) values.
 class DoubleNode
          Numeric node that contains 64-bit ("double precision") floating point values simple 32-bit integer values.
 class IntNode
          Numeric node that contains simple 32-bit integer values.
 class LongNode
          Numeric node that contains simple 64-bit integer values.
 class MissingNode
          This singleton node class is generated to denote "missing nodes" along paths that do not exist.
 class NullNode
          This singleton value class is used to contain explicit JSON null value.
 class NumericNode
          Intermediate value node used for numeric nodes.
 class ObjectNode
          Node that maps to JSON Object structures in JSON content.
 class POJONode
          Value node that contains a wrapped POJO, to be serialized as a JSON constructed through data mapping (usually done by calling ObjectMapper).
 class TextNode
          Value node that contains a text value.
 class ValueNode
          This intermediate base class is used for all leaf nodes, that is, all non-container (array or object) nodes, except for the "missing node".