Anyone, comments? Or does no one care about such feature?
-+ Tatu +-
On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 5:31 AM, lokesh N <nlokesh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This discussion is about representing comma separated lists for String,
> int and long. An example representing String as comma separated list
> would be,
> "StringArr": "item1,item2,item3"
> To represent this comma separated format, we will use @JsonFormat
> annotation with a pattern of something like "\w+(,\w)*". The pattern
> represented here is a regex pattern which can be applied on a string to get
> the list of values while deserialization, but while serialization we cannot
> use this regex pattern to serialize an array into a string separated by a
> One suggestion would be to use a static pattern for representing the comma
> separated values like "\w,\w" which we can use to serialize and deserialize
> the comma separated scalars and strings.
> Any suggestions or thoughts on this.
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