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Subject [jira] [Commented] (STREAMS-241) Reflection-based StreamsJacksonMapper
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2014 21:16:14 GMT


ASF GitHub Bot commented on STREAMS-241:

GitHub user steveblackmon opened a pull request:

    STREAMS-241 reflection-based DateTimeFormat binding

    resolves STREAMS-241
    reflection-based DateTimeFormat binding
    removes responsibility for specifying date-time formats from classes which instantiate

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    This closes #148
commit c44ebff78c58581d541738892e096a284ae381fa
Author: sblackmon <>
Date:   2014-12-01T21:00:31Z

    resolves STREAMS-241

commit 0012cd6daa147edff9d7c1485ad80474180663ea
Author: sblackmon <>
Date:   2014-12-01T21:12:41Z



> Reflection-based StreamsJacksonMapper
> -------------------------------------
>                 Key: STREAMS-241
>                 URL:
>             Project: Streams
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>            Reporter: Steve Blackmon
> StreamsJacksonMapper requires a list of joda time strings to be supplied by the instantiating
class.  This is a problem because StreamsJacksonMapper's supporting classes are not serializable,
and thus has to be created via prepare method.  If StreamsJacksonMapper.getInstance() were
able to return a mapper with support for all date-time formats available from components on
the classpath, implementation of serializable generic type conversion processors would be
greatly simplified.

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