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How to modify configure classes with eclipse/spring

Posted 12 May 2018 - 08:37 AM

Hi,
I don't understand where can I find classes for example

ObjectMapper //There can be changed options ex. WRITE_DATES_AS_TIMESTAPS



Where these classes resides?
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Re: How to modify configure classes with eclipse/spring

Posted 12 May 2018 - 01:42 PM

I don't understand the question. Can you give more details please? Do you have a project that's using some particular class? The imports will tell you which package the class lives in, so I'm not sure what you're really asking.
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Re: How to modify configure classes with eclipse/spring

Posted 12 May 2018 - 11:58 PM

I mean:
Where I can find some configurable classes/methods to modify some behaviours.
Sorry my mistake the class name is WebConfiguration ...
The class specify behaviour of Jackson

Edit:
And my question is where that class resides to add some methods or modify existing in the future to change some behaviours?

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Re: How to modify configure classes with eclipse/spring

Posted 13 May 2018 - 10:51 AM

I'm still not sure what you're asking really. Is this a class that's part of Spring? Have you looked at the documentation? I don't use Spring, but I'd assume there are at least examples of how to use that feature. As far as finding it goes, those examples should tell you what the relevant imports are. Having said that, though, usually if you start typing a class name in the IDE, it will offer to add the import for you (assuming it can find the class, obviously). That works in IntelliJ and I assume Eclipse has the same kind of functionality.
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